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Server lost internet connection after 6.7 update.

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I have managed to lose all internet access on my Server and I cant seem to figure out how to correct this. My server has ran fine without issues for years until this new update. None of my dockers can access the internet nor can the community applications app. Can someone please assist me with correct this?

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DITTO, the same thing happened to me.  

 

The common problems plugin notified me of an issue.  The error was "Unable to communicate with GitHub.com" but I have also determined that my Plex server (running as a docker) is not available outside of my network.  Fortunately I have no problem seeing the server or my unraid shares on my local network.

 

I checked the network settings and discovered that the motherboard ethernet port, which has been disabled for many months in favor of a mellanox 10Gb network card.  I set interface back to PORT DOWN and rebooted.  Unfortunately after rebooting the server still cannot connect outside of my network.

 

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I rolled back the OS to version 6.6.7 and the network connectivity issues are gone.  No settings changes, just the OS version. Definitely looks like a network issue with OS 6.7.0.

 

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You might try renaming config/network.cfg on flash to something else. This will make it use the default network settings.

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