HH0718

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  1. Has anyone tried using this as a TFTP server? I have it installed and running on the right ports. However, when I try to get a file from the untracked list using a tftp command, I can't seem to get the file. Example on windows tftp client (firewall configured too): C:\Windows\system32>tftp -i 172.16.0.2 get /assets/test.txt Connect request failed I have also tried without the `/assets/` portion The file is there but can't seem to get it to download from any tftp on any device.... windows 10, cisco wlcs, cisco switches, etc. Any thoughts?
  2. Is that supposed to be funny? How to improve you’re WiFi repeater signal: Step 1: throw repeater in trash. Step 2: never buy a repeater/extender ever again. Step 3: ? Step 4: profit.
  3. You're more than welcome to contribute to it.... it is free and open source after all. https://github.com/Ombi-app/Ombi How to improve you’re WiFi repeater signal: Step 1: throw repeater in trash. Step 2: never buy a repeater/extender ever again. Step 3: ? Step 4: profit.
  4. I installed and setup the unraid side as well as my Ubiquiti firewall/network. Still no go. Currently getting PXE-E18: server response timeout. The local assets are there. I temporarily disabled my entire firewall just to make sure. Any thoughts? Start PXE over IPv4 Station IP address is 172.16.0.163 Server IP address is 192.16.0.2 NBP filename is boot.cfg NBP filesize is 0 Bytes PXE-E18: Server response timeout.
  5. I mean, if you have the money.. may as well just drop a network line for less than the cost of the mesh and commercial grade repeaters. And even with the setup you mentioned, not a good solution. Not with the available tech today. How to improve you’re WiFi repeater signal: Step 1: throw repeater in trash. Step 2: never buy a repeater/extender ever again. Step 3: ? Step 4: profit.
  6. I’d rather have people use power line adapters. But people understand WiFi better than power line adapters by name so... How to improve you’re WiFi repeater signal: Step 1: throw repeater in trash. Step 2: never buy a repeater/extender ever again. Step 3: ? Step 4: profit.
  7. As a wireless professional, this murdered my soul a bit. Don’t use WiFi repeaters. Just don’t. Lol Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  8. The biggest hurdle, “half-duplex”. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  9. I can appreciate you comment. And I understand the demand for other features. But I maintain that API should have been (always) at the top of the priority list. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  10. Yes... soon TM. I have seen that many times but not roadmaps or posts about it which leads me to believe it’s not priority. Believe me me when I say I don’t mean to come off the wrong way. I’m just perplexed it’s taken so long to start implementing an API for unraid. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  11. Thanks! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  12. I am very disappointed API is not on here unless it's already seriously in development.
  13. I hate to be one of those "demanding" type of users, but I was curious if there was going to be a V4 update or a separate docker container altogether?
  14. I had ssh enabled on a certain port (not 22) and saw there were thousands of login attempts. Probably bruteforce... Not sure it has anything to do with it but I disabled it. See if it helps.
  15. Well, my unraid server is on 172.16.0.2 and i'm not certain if some of the apps are considered as 172.16.0.2 with outbound network traffic as there are a few apps that have their own IP address. But that' gave me something to look into. Thanks for your feedback. Edit: Non of the ports listed in the log map to any of my apps in docker.
  16. As in my UnRaid server is trying to communicate with a VPN? I don't have VPNs on my server setup unless it's through an app like plex, radarr, sonarr, nginxproxymanager, nzbget, ombi, nextcloud, phpadmin, and tautulli. Thanks for the help, if you have any other advice please feel free to share it with me.
  17. I apologize if this is not the right place to post this. I have recently enabled IPS/DPS on my ubiquiti UDM Pro and have been trying to learn what some of the alerts are to better understand NetSec. It seems that there is something trying to connect outside of my network and when it fails it tries again and again and again. After a few days I get constant messages like the following. I searched Ubiquiti's forums and it's because something is trying to create a bunch of tcp sockets but not closing them. Cool, one step closer to understanding what's up. So I checked to see where the sockets were coming from and it's from the UnRaid server. Now that I know what device is doing it I need to find out what docker image/app is causing this so I may find out what it is trying to do or delete it if it's a security risk. Going to each docker app that is active and checking the logs have done nothing for me. I'd love to find out what is causing my network to die and reset every few days because of this but I don't know how to move forward. Can anyone point me in the right direction? Here's a line from the firewall log: This basically tells me that there is treachery afoot. And I don't like it. Thanks for any advice.
  18. Thanks for the response. When I console in and check pwd I get a simple / which tells me this is the root. and when I list the directory I see the images directory. So I'm not certain how to point to it. Could you point me to a guide or reference to properly setup my container for this script. I don't expect anyone to do the work for me but I could certainly use a nudge. Thanks. Edit: even with / in front of my images directly (in python script) it does not resolve the issue.
  19. Hello everyone. I have created a python script that runs indefinitely. It downloads security camera PNGs from a url and saves it to a folder called images. I wanted to run this on my Unraid docker but seem to have trouble. I created the dockerfile with the following content. FROM python:3.8 RUN pip install --upgrade pip COPY main.py / COPY requirements.txt . RUN pip install -r requirements.txt CMD [ "python", "./main.py"] and I have the following sanitized python 3 script import itertools import pendulum import requests source = {"source_1": "Source=1_URL", "source_2": "Source=2_URL"} for k, v in itertools.cycle(source.items()): print(k, v) image_url = v img_data = requests.get(image_url) img_name = f"images/{k}_{pendulum.now().format('YYYY_MM_DD_HH.mm.ss')}.png" with open(img_name, 'wb') as handler: handler.write(img_data.content) When I create the docker image, I added the `/images` path where the container path is `/images' and the host path is a share i made under '/mnt/user/BH/' if I run it and look in the share, there is nothing at all. But if I console into the running image, I see the images. Can anyone help me understand what I need to do to place the images in the shared folder? I have a feeling I didn't setup the Dockerfile correctly or maybe I need to change the path to my python script. Thanks for your help.
  20. I seem to be having the problem as well. If there is a firmware update for it, how is it downloaded and installed within unraid or what is the method to update it?
  21. Yup that is something I am working on fixing. I am learning how to properly fix it with dolphin.
  22. Holy cow... I have no idea what these errors are... But there's a bunch of them. LIKE A LOT.
  23. I'll have to check it. I know the system warns that the temp is high but, I bought a special fan and I read the temps can go way higher without any issues. I'll check to see what else it's complaining about. Thanks for your reply.
  24. Let me start off by saying this post is more to distract me while my wife is in the process of getting an epidural and I have been kicked out for 30 mins.... Which is just killing me. I don't really expect much sense this could probably be figured out on my own with some time and google.... but... anyway... I have had unraid running for a few months now and love it. However, I realized I didn't set it up correctly and now in the process of fixing it, I seem to have some unexpected issues. I went from: 2 x 1tb parity 1 x 1tb data drive 500 nvme cache To: 1 x 12tb parity 3 x 1tb data 2 x 8tb data 500 nvme cache it took my system the better part of a week to get the drives zeroed and parity rebuilt. However, now, it seems that my cache is constantly at 91% utilization and the mover is not making too much progress. I run: radarr sonarr plex nzb-get unifi - controller video-unifi tautulli nginxproxymanager They have been working without ANY issues before making upgrading the drives. I also downloaded common fixes and started to learn how to move files after the recommendations were applied. but I'm still having errors I didn't have before. Would anyone mind taking a quick glance at my log (no pun intended) and see if there are any obvious things I missed? Thanks all.l preditechs-diagnostics-20190902-1958.zip