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  1. Thank you. I didn't see that post when I searched, but probably because my search terminology didn't align with it, and I came across this thread first.
  2. Looking for a SATA expansion card for my system. My hardware knowledge has really been lagging (young kids will do that) so I'm hoping someone could chime in with a suggestion. My slant is more toward trouble-free than latest-and-greatest because troubleshooting time is hard to come by. My motherboard has 6 onboard slots, but all are in use (2 x SSD cache drives, 3 x HDD array/parity drives, 1 x Bluray disk drive that's rarely used). I have an UnRAID plus license, so I may as well aim for a 6+ port SATA expansion card. I'm running low on drive space (all those kid videos!), so am just looking to add drives to the array. UnRAID 6.8.3 Motherboard: ASUS H70M-Plus All PCI express and M.2 ports are currently empty. I've read through this thread, but there's a lot of mixed information, so I'm a bit confused. Any suggestions are welcome. Thanks in advance!
  3. Now using BinHex docker running SABnzbd 2.3.9 [03c10dc] - appears up-to-date as of this post. Had to update one of my block providers. This time, no matter which browser I tried (Firefox, Chrome, Edge, IE), I was unable to update the username or clear the counters via the UI. I ended up changing the username directly in the .ini file again, but am unable to Test the connection via the UI. Browsers are all up-to-date (well, not IE). Is anyone else running into these same issues, or is there something i should be checking on my local machine?
  4. Okay. Thanks. Was hoping there was a way to use my Cloudflare API key to somehow automatically pick up their universal certificate. Manually importing means I'll have to manually update it periodically. Not the end of the world, and no rush anyway, since the LetsEncrypt approach is working.
  5. I was unable to find any settings in the router for NAT reflection / hair-pinning / loopback. This is why I'm now wondering if these odd rules are a way to achieve the same functionality as NAT reflection?
  6. Thanks for the feedback. I spent a considerable amount of time chatting with my ISP tech support about it, and it's nothing that they're aware of. They suggested it was added by a service running behind the firewall (i.e. this would mean the NPM docker container running on my unRAID box) - not likely, but what more could I expect from the ISP tech support? I also tried contacting the modem/router hardware manufacturer but, without even considering the question, they punted me back to the ISP because the ISP's typically load up customer firmware. In the NPM thread, I mentioned a NAT reflection issue related to reaching a website hosted on my unRAID box from a machine on my LAN. I was unable to find any NAT reflection type settings in the modem/router. I'm beginning to think these odd forwarding rules that automatically get added are some kind of workaround related to NAT reflection. Does that make sense?
  7. I have NPM working using the LetsEncrypt certificates, however, I'd like to eliminate the port 80 forwarding in my firewall. Has anyone setup NPM to work with Cloudflare DNS verification and their universal certificate? I saw SpaceInvader One's LetsEncrypt video here: How to Use DNS Verification with your Reverse Proxy & use a Wildcard SSL Certificate but I haven't been able to figure out how to translate it to NPM .
  8. I see this has over 100 views, but unfortunately no feedback. WAN reset last night on my ISP supplied modem/router, and I see the odd port forward rules are back again. At least the other settings and password didn't reset this time. This time I took a screenshot, so perhaps a picture is worth a thousand words! The bottom two are my entries pointing to my unRAID server. The top two are the ones that "magically" appear. They must be inserted/injected programmatically as the UI does not allow entering port 0, or remote IP, or duplicating the Application Name. I've tried changing the status to off for those two rules, but saving the change fails, likely due to the "invalid" nature of the rules. I tried entering a port blocking rule, but again no luck due to invalid port 0. What risk does this pose to my unRAID server?
  9. Sorry for the long explanation. TLDR at the bottom. A bit of setup background: Common dockers (i.e. sonarr, radarr, sabnzbd, ombi, bitwarden, etc.). A couple weeks ago, I decided to try nginx-proxy-manager to allow external access to ombi, so setup duckdns entries and opened router firewall ports 80 -> towerIP:1880 and 443 -> towerIP:18443 to direct traffic to the NPM docker. The NPM proxy host was set to block common exploits, force SSL. Seemed to be working well, but my ISP-provided modem/router was a bit flaky (random restart about once per week) so a tech was scheduled to replace it. Replacement modem/router was put in place (a different brand/model). Immediately changed the default admin password. I setup the same port forwarding, and turned on MoCA (used to wire my AP). External access to ombi working well. First night with the new modem/router, at exactly midnight, it appeared to restart (AP wifi went down). When the wifi didn't come back I tried to login to the router. My configured password didn't work, but the default did (first flag). Checked the MoCA settings, and it had been disabled (flag two). My ISP has been known to push their default config, and since I don't use their TiVo devices, they assume MoCA should be off. Not sure what else they tweak, but definitely not happy about the password and MoCA reset! I checked the port forward settings, and this is where my concern increased. In addition to the two port forwards I had configured, there were two more: ports 80 -> towerIP:0 and 443 -> towerIP:0 with external IP restricted to The two new ones were listed higher than the ones I had configured. Not sure if that matters but I assume since the same external ports were being forwarded, the first would take priority, although the external IP restriction is an invalid IP address. I deleted the two "new" ones. For the heck of it, I tried to recreate them but was unable to do so via the UI due to the invalid port and invalid external IP address. Did some reading about port 0 and apparently on Unix/Linux it's a wildcard that tells the system to find a suitable port number. I'm "assuming" that all the changes were the result of an ISP push. A big concern though, has to do with the port forwarding to port "0" on my unRAID server. I'm not sure how this could be exploited or the exposure it caused, and what I should now look for or check on unRAID to make sure things are as they should be? TLDR: Suspected ISP push added odd forward rules in my modem/router to port 0 on my unRAID tower. Should I be concerned, and what should I check on the server to make sure nothing is amiss?
  10. This app really piqued my interest, so I set things up last night, but ran into a snag. Setup: DuckDNS subdomain entry pointing to my public IP. Router ports forwarded to NPM. NPM proxy host pointing to a docker app. Connecting from an external address, it works fine and responsiveness is good. When I connect from within my LAN using the same DuckDNS subdomain it's extremely slow (as in 15+ minutes just to see the app login screen). It seems to eventually get through, but it's unusable. From the LAN, if I just use the internal IP and port for the app directly, it's good. I'm a bit out of my element, but I think I'm experiencing a NAT issue. I've scoured my router (Hitron CODA-4589 - provided by ISP) settings for anything resembling NAT reflection/redirection/etc., but I cannot find anything. Any guidance would be greatly appreciated!
  11. Didn't think about the browser, but just tried with Firefox (which is what I use 99% of the time) and the UI seems to work fine. I must have been using Chrome yesterday.
  12. SABnzbd version 2.3.8 [0dd1f64]. Using the Servers tab in the UI, I tried to update the password for one of my servers, but the change wouldn't save. I tried deleting the server so I could re-add, but I was also unable to delete the server. I was also unsuccessful in clearing the counters via the UI. I managed to make the password change by directly editing the .ini file, so all is good, but has anyone else had issues like this with the UI?
  13. Thanks! The Krusader Access Mode for the /media => /mnt/ mapping was set to Read/Write. Changing to RW/Slave solved the issue. I previously read Squid's post when searching this thread, but I guess it didn't sink in the first time.
  14. Hi. New(ish) member here. Been using unRAID for about a year, and lurking for longer, but based on my post count you can see forum posting is not normally my thing. I seem to be having a weird issue with Unassigned Devices and binhex-Krusader. Setup: - portable drive caddy connected via USB 3 with a 320GB drive plugged in. - Unassigned Devices sees the drive, formatted, mounted, mount name "MediaBackup", shared. - When I browse the share via the MediaBackup link under UD on the Main page, everything appears correct. - Also looks good when checking the share via \\<server>\MediaBackup from a Windows PC. Copied a few test files to the share. - And also looks good when navigating via a terminal window to /mnt/disks/MediaBackup. Where things get odd: - Krusader /media is mapped to /mnt/ - In Krusader I browse to /media/disks and I see a subfolder (link?) for MediaBackup was automatically created. - When I go into the MediaBackup folder, none of my files are present, and Properties shows the disk size as only ~7GB. - If I create a file in the MediaBackup folder via Krusader, it is not visible via the previously mentioned browse methods. - It appears as though the MediaBackup link in Krusader points to somewhere other than the mounted drive. Probably a newbie misunderstanding or misconfiguration. Could I trouble someone to point out where I've gone wrong?