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New To Unraid - Help installing

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I've created the bootable media, getting to the CLI or GUI is no problem at all, but it does not have any network connectivity, and opening firefox and attempting to go to localhost or 127.0.0.1 just returns 'cannot reach X'. I've tried the onboard NIC, and a Intel NIC.

 

I've tried several different builds, BIOS and UEFI, it isn't working for me.


I have a Ryzen 2700x, Gigabyte X470 Ultra Gaming, 32gb Corsair Vengeance Pro, and a Vega 64 as the build. It is booting from a 16gb Flash Drive.

 

Any help would be great, I can't find anything else.

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30 minutes ago, konnorgg said:

getting to the CLI or GUI is no problem at all

GUI - I assume you mean you can access the Unraid webUI using the builtin firefox browser on the Unraid machine itself. But then you say

31 minutes ago, konnorgg said:

it does not have any network connectivity, and opening firefox and attempting to go to localhost or 127.0.0.1 just returns 'cannot reach X'

Not sure what you mean here. If you are trying to access the Unraid webUI from another machine on your network then of course localhost, which is synonymous with 127.0.0.1, will not access the server from another machine. That will attempt to connect to a web server on the same machine. To access the Unraid webUI from a different machine on the network you would use http://tower (assuming you haven't changed the default server name) or http:// followed by the IP address of your Unraid server (not 127.0.0.1)

 

So maybe you can clarify what exactly you mean when you say you can access the GUI but then you say you can't reach it with localhost.

 

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No, I’m on the unraid machine itself. It has no internet connectivity, even though those NICs work in any other OS. 
 

When I am on the unraid machine itself, like with mouse and keyboard. While trying to install it first opens up Firefox, but it tries to load localhost aka 127.0.0.1 and it can’t, it says unable to connect. I’ve tried browsing to local host, 127.0.0.1, and http://tower, nothing works. It’s almost like a service isn’t running.

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Update :

Enabling the Network Stack setting on my motherboard has fixed this issue.

I've never had that cause problems on live cds or anything before, weird.

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