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  1. I was using the IP address to try to connect. I don't have a password on the share, it is set as public. All my networked PC and devices can access the shares, but not my Windows PC through openvpn
  2. Have openvpn-as setup as per the Spaceinvader One youtube video... works perfectly with my android phone... but if I use my windows 10 laptop, i can connect to the web interfaces on the server just fine, but cannot access the user shares. keeps saying the server isn't there. I can access the share just fine on the android device. Anyone have any insight to this?
  3. Okay figured out the slow down. It was a real duh moment when I realized my whole server is still behind my PFsense VPN, so essentially delugevpn was tunneling through an existing VPN tunnel.
  4. Got it all working.... delugevpn gets noticeably slower transfer speeds then using regular deluge and my pfsense openvpn client (I am using a port forwarding capable endpoint). Any tips to improve speeds?
  5. How do i set up radarr's proxy settings to work? i have it connecting to deluge just fine, but can't get it to use the proxy to access the web?
  6. That won't keep radarr/sonarr behind my VPN for indexer traffic
  7. I may need to rethink my ip layout. I need the radarr/sonarr/deluge Dockers behind the VPN, but my other devices should not be behind it for streaming access.... Have to think about this...
  8. Ok, quick background. My isp is very particular regarding sonarr, radarr and the likes, thus i have a VPN susbscription that runs through a seperate mini pc with gateway ip as 192.168.1.1 . My unraid server has an ip of 192.168.1.4 and connects to the internet through the vpn gateway at 192.168.1.1 . My router provides standard access (no vpn) for normal browsing but on a seperate subnet (192.168.5.1) and has dhcp server enabled (192.168.5.2-254). both the vpn gateway and router are on the same switch so I can connect to the unraid box from my 192.168.5.* computers. (this is needed for my kodi shares). now the question. I want to enable an openvpn-as docker to allow me to connect to the unraid box and subsequent shares/dockers when away. Is that possible given the openvpn server would have to have a seperate ip (192.168.5.*) in order to pass the ports from the router to it. I only have a single NIC in the server. Is this only possible if I install a second NIC and connect that to the switch also?
  9. I had to rename the "efi-" folder "efi" to get the os to boot, but for some reason it will not boot to the gui interface. It boots fine to the gui on my laptop, but not on my unraid rig. It would be so easy to do initial setup if i could get the gui to boot on my server. I was able to get it connected to the internet through my laptop/phone shared connection just to get my array started. I haven't hooked it up to my network yet.
  10. There is no CSM in bios, the board does not support legacy boot, only UEFI. How can I boot to the gui?
  11. I have a new asrock j4105m mainboard that i have a fresh unraid install on usb for. I am trying to boot the server to gui mode so i can proceed to set up the system's ip and such. I can't seem to get the gui to load up? It just ends at a black screen with a blinking cursor in the corner? My mainboard does not support legacy mode, only UEFI. Anyone have any clue? The system boots normally via the command promp, just will not boot to gui.