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  1. You should be able to go into the prefs.xml file located in your Crushftp9 folder located in your Appdata (if you use the standard locations) share. Open the XML file and the banned ip's should be listed. Below is an example of a banned IP. Look for your ip or the ip of your reverse proxy server and delete that block. <ip_restrictions_subitem type="properties"> <start_ip>61.75.30.52</start_ip> <type>D</type> <stop_ip>61.75.30.52</stop_ip> <reason>05/29/2019 02:43:48.047:password attempts</reason> After you have deleted the banned ip you can search for the "never_ban" and add your lan range. <never_ban>127.0.0.1,10.0.*,172.*</never_ban> Then save and restart the docker container.
  2. Are you just entering just the IP address or the full “http://10.0.0.100:80”? I was having the same problem till I put in http://
  3. Do you have the Unassigned Devices Plus installed? I believe you need the Plus to be able to read exfat.
  4. The problems you are having are due to your network setup and not Unraid. You would probably get better help by asking questions on reddit r/homelab or r/HomeNetworking or another forum that is more specific to networking problems. openwrt is acting as another firewall limiting access to anything on the bridge network which you proved by changing your nginx container to be on br0 which solved your problem. If you want nginx to work on the bridge network you also need to forward ports from router to openwrt to 192.168.100.1 or you need to change your gateway to the router address. Either solution should solve your problem.
  5. have you tried putting the nginx docker container on the br0 network and assigning it its own ip address and then changing your port forwarding on the router to point to the new docker ip address? Also your network topography isn't very clear from your picture. Looks like you are running openWRT as a VM and then using that as your gateway? Yet in our diagram you have your unraid server showing to be routed to the router (192.168.100.100)? From your routing tables that doesn't seem to be the case. You have no default route from the unraid server to the router only uraid to br0. So if I am understanding it correctly it is actually like this: unraid server (192.168.100.1) ----> openWRT VM (192.168.100.250) -----> router 192.168.100.100. ---> modem. Unless you have the openWRT VM set as the DMZ you should have portforwarding setup from the router to openwrt and then from openwrt to unraid? So it would need two different levels of portwarding. Have you spun up another docker image besides nginx and then done all of the portforwarding to rule out ngnix being the cause? And how about taking openwrt out of network and having a default route from unraid to the router? This would rule out the openwrt vm from being the cause. And how do you know all of your port forwarding is done correctly? What makes you say that?
  6. Are you able to reach the unraid nginx docker container when using the local address 192.168.100.1:8088 in a web browser?
  7. Are you issuing those commands on the Unraid terminal command line or the Nextcloud container command line? Should be in the Nextcloud container.
  8. Have you tried using the connect to server function in Finder by hitting command-K and then connecting with the unraid server's IP address instead of hostname? Should look like this smb://10.0.1.1/SHARE_NAME/ You obviously need to replace the ip with your server ip and share name. I can rarely connected to my unraid server by clicking on it's icon in a standard finder window and even when I do I occasionally get similar symptoms to you (not being able to write the share) Also if you have the login credentials for the unraid share saved in Keychain Access you can try deleting the credentials there which will force you to re-enter them next time you connect to the share. This has also solved previous connection issues I've had.
  9. You can do this with the External Storage app in Nextcloud. Install that and then map a SMB share from Unraid.
  10. I’m a photographer/videographer that is looking to upgrade my current setup which is an older Mac Mini with DAS Drobo’s. I’ve got local AFP file sharing, a VPN and a CrushFTP server running on it, I also use it backup my laptop with Time Machine and CarbonCopy. I’ve got a bit over 20tb of media at the moment but could easily double that in the coming year (I’m shooting more and more 4k RAW footage as of late). I just use the current setup as an archive and rarely will I edit photos or video off of the setup. Occasionally when I am on the road I will use my vpn to access the mini with VNC and export some files through Adobe Lightroom but that isn’t super important anymore. If I got a system that is capable I could see using it to transcode some media and occasionally using it as a workstation (running Mac OS as VM.) I am thinking Unraid would make the most sense but I am open to other suggestions. I like its ability to expand the storage pool by just adding single disks of different capacity. I also like that it would be easy for me to upgrade the hardware piece by piece down the road as opposed to something like a Synology that would require me to just buy a new box. I actually had a Synology before my Mac mini setup and wasn’t that impressed with it. The system felt very constrained. My general knowledge of computers is probably above average for the general public but probably below that of the average forum user here. I have an ok understanding of VM’s, containers, CLI, and networking. I’ve never built a system from the ground up but have watched enough videos that I’m not that concerned. I wouldn’t be opposed to a turn-key solution but I haven’t found anything that sounds perfect. I’ve spent the last couple days trying to familiarize myself with the variety of MB, CPU, and case options. Definitely a bit overwhelming! mATX seemed to make the most sense to me. I think I will want space for 8x 3.5” drives and 2x 2.5”. I’m happy to buy used to keep from spending too much money. Here is about where I’ve landed. Happy to hear feedback If I am over or under shooting anything below. Case: Fractal Design Node 804 Motherboard: Supermicro X10SLM+-F (has 4x USB3 which would be helpful for occasional DAS drives) Or X10SLH-F (would need HBA for this) CPU: E3-1231 v3 Ram: 2x 8gb Hynix ECC UDIMM Drives: Parity- 8tb 7200 Storage- I’ll reuse what I’ve got from Drobos (probably 4 or 5 drives to start) Cache- 500gb 2.5” SSD (few random ones laying around) PSU: Not exactly sure here…. Is 550W overkill? I could see 8x 3.5” HDDs in my future...