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[Solved] The Unraid server is unreachable from outside your network


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Hi, I installed this plugin a few days ago, and the remote access worked fine.

 

But recently, I've changed my flash drive and re-installed this plugin, then the server couldn't reach my unraid server

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But I've set up my router's port forwarding correctlly. And the tcping tool can open the outer port 1443 (using cellphone hot spot).

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And I can also use the https protocol and ip with 1443 port to remotely open the management web (using cellphone hot spot).

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So can anyone help me with the official remote access?

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If port forwarding is working, then it is likely a DNS issue.

 

Open a web terminal and type:

php /usr/local/emhttp/plugins/dynamix/include/UpdateDNS.php -v

 

Paste the result in here. You can write "hash.unraid.net" instead of your actual hash if you want, and you don't need to include the externalport. Here is mine:

root@Monster:~# php /usr/local/emhttp/plugins/dynamix/include/UpdateDNS.php -v
Request:
{
    "internalip": "10.0.0.70",
    "internalport": "443",
    "internalprotocol": "https",
    "internalhostname": "hash.unraid.net",
    "plgversion": "2021.08.30.1204",
    "remoteaccess": "yes",
    "servercomment": "Monster server",
    "servername": "Monster",
    "externalport": "[removed]",
    "externalprotocol": "https",
    "externalhostname": "hash.unraid.net"
}
Response (HTTP 200):
[]
success

 

Then, type this (use your actual hash, not "hash"):

  ping www.hash.unraid.net

does it resolve to the IP address that is listed on the My Servers settings page, where it says "Remark: your WAN IPv4 is .... "? 

 

Please upload your diagnostics (from Tools -> Diagnostics) as well

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16 minutes ago, ljm42 said:

If port forwarding is working, then it is likely a DNS issue.

 

Open a web terminal and type:

php /usr/local/emhttp/plugins/dynamix/include/UpdateDNS.php -v

 

Paste the result in here. You can write "hash.unraid.net" instead of your actual hash if you want, and you don't need to include the externalport. Here is mine:

root@Monster:~# php /usr/local/emhttp/plugins/dynamix/include/UpdateDNS.php -v
Request:
{
    "internalip": "10.0.0.70",
    "internalport": "443",
    "internalprotocol": "https",
    "internalhostname": "hash.unraid.net",
    "plgversion": "2021.08.30.1204",
    "remoteaccess": "yes",
    "servercomment": "Monster server",
    "servername": "Monster",
    "externalport": "[removed]",
    "externalprotocol": "https",
    "externalhostname": "hash.unraid.net"
}
Response (HTTP 200):
[]
success

 

Then, type this (use your actual hash, not "hash"):

  ping www.hash.unraid.net

does it resolve to the IP address that is listed on the My Servers settings page, where it says "Remark: your WAN IPv4 is .... "? 

 

Please upload your diagnostics (from Tools -> Diagnostics) as well

I wondered if it was because of the flash drive changing which may change the hash value too.

 

So I deleted all the .pem files in config/ssl/, then reboot and re-provisioned the certificate file. After that, this issue solved.

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