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  1. I'm glad I came and looked, I am having exactly the same issue. I thought it was my config and have completely rebuilt the categories and folders. Hmmm I wonder what has changed.
  2. Just wanted to say thanks, this has really tidied up my list of containers
  3. 1) Using Unraid meant I was able to hugely condense multiple physical servers and service into one box (ha/dr to a second) whilst keeping power usage to a minimum and heaat output low. Something that I would welcome in 2020 would be some small improvements to the docker implementation, for example, visual updates for container grouping which could be collapseable. Its really great already, but with a little more tweaking would tip it over the edge into awesome.
  4. So very short term user, but already I've managed to reduce my home infrastructure to a single server (offsite data backup still and some other dedicated devices) running multiple containers and vms. This has reduced my electrical demand, heat generated and space required massively. I am over the moon with my setup that even though I don't need it I bought the pro license as a sort of thank you! I am still trying to think up new ways or things to do with my server to increase the value add.
  5. Technically it doesn't get a new external IP as its using the other container for its connectivity, but yes confirmed the route and that there is no leak to other interfaces. TBH its a great solution to what I was looking to do. Also running packet trace at the firewall to make sure all is as it should be.
  6. I have a rather custom setup where I use --network=container:[containername] via the 'extra parameters' option field (network type in the GUI is set to none). This means if I need to access the WebUI of this container I need to route via the other containers IP and port. Therefore I would like to be able to unhide/override the default behaviour for the WebUI menu item (which is hide on 'network type' = none) so I can manually point it to the correct address. Thank you for the consideration.
  7. Shame, never mind, thought I'd at least ask. I was hoping I could temporarily modify the xml or a flag to show it even though none was selected. Thanks for the help!
  8. I really do want it to appear as I am using --network=container:[containername] and want the webui option (manually configured) to use the ip and port assigned to the other container.
  9. Hello, I am using a custom network configuration, but I still want the WebUI option to appear with my customer ip/port configured. For some reason when network is set to none I lose the WebUI menu item. Any way to get this back?
  10. Found a way round this by using the custom command --network=container:contanername and pointing at another container with the vpn software running
  11. fyi I see br0 and br1 in vm manager
  12. I am in the process of moving over to unRAID and want to try and reduce the kit I am using. I have a setup with 1 onboard and a dual port Intel Pro 1000 NIC. I would like to have at least 2 NIC configurations, 1 using gateway x.x.x.254 and one using a gateway of x.x.x.253 My assumption was to configure 2 bridges and then just assign the appropriate container to each but I can't get multiple bridges to show in the GUI. Network Type shown: Bridge Host None Custom: br0 Have I completely misunderstood the setup or can someone point me in the right direction. Thank you