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  • Multiple network interfaces on a single subnet | FreeNAS Community
    two interfaces on a single network just doesn t happen The authors of the modern stacks know 802 3ad exists it isn t 1989 anymore and RFC1122 stupidity is pointless Making multiple interfaces work through a SECOND mechanism in particular the route it out the same interface mechanism many people in this situation seem to expect would require each packet to be looked up again in a different way dramatically reducing throughput Apple has their own explanation here http support apple com kb TS3679 Some further details are in an old forum post here Ugh there s the whole terminology thing bind to the IP address again I m assuming what you mean is that when you bind to an IP address that s assigned to a specific card traffic goes in out that card To expand for the OP You can certainly bind to an IP address in UNIX but in FreeBSD it s an abstraction that makes no guarantees as to the physical handling of the traffic This is really useful in many environments for lots of stuff For example you can get network redundancy for a server using OSPF by putting your service addresses on a loopback interface and then advertising that into your interior gateway protocol using OSPF or some other IGP The address that all external traffic uses isn t configured on ANY ethernet interface Userland applications bind to the IP address just like it was an alias or the primary address on an ethernet interface anyways point is application level binding is pretty much not closely coupled to physical interfaces FreeBSD has a rich set of network interfaces that it supports including point to point links PPP SLIP parallel port cable ATM etc and the networking subsystem presents it all as an abstraction to the userland So of course since a lot of the IP configuration is driven by what s defined for physical interfaces this leads to operational and terminology confusion Basically for the issue at hand there are two key bits Input traffic from an Ethernet network to a host is controlled by ARP The ARP subsystem publishes MAC addresses in response to requests from an ethernet network and this happens infrequently meaning far less than once a second ARP controls packet ingress The system ARP table maintains a list of learned and published addresses and when an ARP packet is received the system compares it to the system s interfaces and responds with the MAC address of the interface Now this process works pretty much the way the OP would expect but it can be subverted For example if I have a server with two interfaces em0 192 168 1 1 24 and em1 192 168 1 2 24 and I set a client s ARP table with a manual entry for 192 168 1 1 pointing at the MAC address of server s em1 the traffic for 192 168 1 1 from client to server enters server on em1 And

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  • Openvpn service(anonine) inside transmission jail, cannot connect to transmission web interface | FreeNAS Community
    3 2015 Messages 4 Message Count 4 Likes Received 0 Trophy Points 1 Location Aland Islands F1aX Jan 10 2016 It is not possible to connect to the public ip from anonine since the port is not forwarded to you You see there re many users sharing the same public ip What you on the other hand CAN do is to connect via SSH to your own IP and forward the transmission port 192 168 1 3 9091 via that connection Then you could access your transmissionGUI from a remote location via http localhost 8080 F1aX Jan 10 2016 3 Offline zoomzoom FreeNAS Aware Member Since Sep 6 2015 Messages 153 Message Count 153 Likes Received 6 Trophy Points 18 Location Orion Nebula zoomzoom Jan 14 2016 If your purpose in having the VPN is not to hide your WAN IP you may want to look into setting up your own OpenVPN server in a jail to route traffic through It only takes 30 45 min to set up and your own VPN server will provide higher throughput and lower latency If you re interested in doing so see my reply on another thread regarding Transmission and OpenVPN Regardless if it exists or not what the eyes see and the ears hear the mind believes 70 of people conform to social peer pressure but not only do they conform they will change what they know to be right to what is actually wrong due to the aforementioned SilverStone DS380 w 300w ST30SF AsRock C2750D4I Alienware 18 In Win Chopin SuperMicro A1SRi 2758F Intel 2 4gHz Octa Core Avoton C2750 Intel 2 5gHz Quad Core i7 4710MQ OC d 3 5gHz Intel 2 4gHz Octa Core Avoton C2758 32GB Crucial CT5008061 U ECC 1 35v 32GB Corsair Vengeance 1 35v 16GB Kingston KVR16LSE11 ECC 1 35v Vantec USB3 PCIe UGT PCE430 4C 8GB AMD SLI R9 M290x SSD Samsung 850 EVO 120GB Samsung 850 Evo 1TB 500GB mSATA Samsung 850 Pro 128GB 2 5 Seagate ST750LX003 3 Z1 Seagate 750GB Momentus XT 3 5 Seagate ST5000DM00 2 ST4000DM00 2 ST4000VN000 8 Z1 FreeNAS 9 3 Stable SanDisk Ultra Fit 64GB 2 Mirror Windows 10 Pro Sophos UTM 9 3 Prebuilt OpenSSL Config HowTo Multi Hop SSH into FreeNAS Beware of fake hardware counterfeited cables zoomzoom Jan 14 2016 4 Offline andreasoz Member Since Dec 21 2015 Messages 2 Message Count 2 Likes Received 0 Trophy Points 1 Location Sweden andreasoz Jan 21 2016 Hello and thank you for your replies My vpn is used to hide my wan ip I could connect to the vpn ip when I used vpntunnel se I used a afraid org and used a adyn to check for ip changes and apply them to my afraid org dns domain I could connect to my transmission web interface from everywhere with that method With annonie that isn t possible I cannot connect to transmission web ui the with annonie vpn ip Maybe that is standard for most

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  • Networking | FreeNAS Community
    3 Nigthlies Cant resolve update freenas org Grimnar Jan 19 2016 Replies 2 Views 51 Grimnar Jan 19 2016 PROBLEM After replacing NIC No configured interfaces were found Try to do it manually shawndewet Jan 18 2016 Replies 4 Views 69 DrKK Jan 18 2016 PROBLEM Network Error 0x8007003B only when moving files to FreeNAS NoTalent Jul 8 2015 Replies 17 Views 2 076 zoomzoom Jan 18 2016 PROBLEM Various Plugins Remote Access Stopped Working Plex ownCloud etc I3lackR0se Jan 15 2016 Replies 5 Views 131 I3lackR0se Jan 17 2016 PROBLEM Multiple ipv6 Adresses thedeadzone Jan 12 2016 Replies 1 Views 43 dlavigne Jan 13 2016 Locked PROBLEM Extremely slow ssh scp transfers dniq Nov 1 2013 Replies 6 Views 6 139 SweetAndLow Jan 11 2016 PROBLEM Cannot connect freeNas to internet adam1997ABC Jan 9 2016 Replies 4 Views 92 gpsguy Jan 9 2016 PROBLEM Supermicro X10SL7 F Wake on LAN How to get this done xterminated Dec 26 2015 Replies 10 Views 292 proto Jan 8 2016 PROBLEM freenas disappears from network lhriscopez Jan 1 2016 Replies 4 Views 168 lhriscopez Jan 7 2016 PROBLEM other jail passing traffic through OpenVPN jail not working DearestDreamer Dec 27 2015 Replies 2 Views 100 DearestDreamer Jan 3 2016 PROBLEM Slow transfer speeds via CIFS Argentic Dec 13 2015 Replies 14 Views 384 Argentic Jan 1 2016 PROBLEM LAN acess jonathan decary Dec 30 2015 Replies 2 Views 73 jonathan decary Dec 30 2015 PROBLEM Search in cifs shared very slow ArgaWoW Dec 29 2015 Replies 1 Views 60 anodos Dec 29 2015 PROBLEM Slow network speeds Freenas running in VMware Fusion 8 Sander Jansen Dec 26 2015 Replies 18 Views 394 Kevin Horton Dec 28 2015 PROBLEM Networking and storage question gpapaiko Dec 27 2015 Replies 7 Views 98 gpapaiko Dec

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  • PROBLEM - Network card stops working | FreeNAS Community
    longer an then eventually complains again I look at the freenas reporting for network and the interface seems to be humming along for a while and then the tx rate drops to zero at the time that plex complained about the network speed My initial thought is the network card is going bad Is there any diagnostics that I can run to help determine exactly what is wrong Thanks for your time EHN Admin Jan 29 2016 at 1 07 PM 1 Offline jgreco Resident Grinch Member Since May 29 2011 Messages 8 130 Message Count 8 130 Likes Received 1 274 Trophy Points 113 Location WHO 1 ville Unixland jgreco Jan 29 2016 at 1 56 PM iperf is the standard tool for this Try running it as a server on the FreeNAS and as a client on your PC jgreco Jan 29 2016 at 1 56 PM 2 Offline DrKK FreeNAS Guru Member Since Oct 15 2013 Messages 2 030 Message Count 2 030 Likes Received 388 Trophy Points 83 Occupation Promulgator of Peace and Love Location Baltimore DrKK Jan 30 2016 at 10 10 PM Also if the network itself is busy for other reasons this is what you would expect to see Could the LAN be busy at capacity at the times you re having trouble The FreeNAS Mini has top of the line Intel NICs They are unlikely not impossible but unlikely to be the problem FreeNAS 9 3 latest SuperMicro X10SLM F Intel Pentium G3220 16 GB Kingston ECC UDIMM RAM 3x2TB WD Red in RAID Z Cyberpower CP685AVR 2x16GB Sandisk Cruzer Fit USB 2 0 If your drives are over 35C you re doing it wrong DrKK Jan 30 2016 at 10 10 PM 3 You must log in or sign up to

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  • Chelsio S310E-CR 10GB card. | FreeNAS Community
    machines and I was getting about 1 4Gbs an improvement on what I had Memory usage went straight to 100 as I have so little and I assume that s why I wasn t getting more than 1 4Gbs All good so far so I took card out of crappy FreeNAS test box put it in my live machine Specs found below all appeared to go OK booted up assigned a static IP 192 168 10 2 went to Windows PC ping worked but when I come to map the drive it isn t seeing it I ve changed cables reseated the card changed the PCI slot it just doesn t connect to 192 168 10 2 I am now at a total loss of what to do now I am a complete noob at both networking and FreeNAS so any help would be appreciated Motherboard SuperMicro X9SCM F CPU Intel Xeon E3 1230 V2 RAM 32GB Kingston ECC H Drives 10x3TB Western Digital Reds Raidz2 1x2TB Western Digital Red as a single disk stripe FreeNAS 9 3 STABLE latest Grantp Jan 29 2016 at 8 54 AM 1 Offline Grantp Newbie Member Since Feb 26 2013 Messages 66 Message Count 66 Likes Received 0 Trophy Points 6 Grantp Jan 29 2016 at 3 37 PM Has anyone any ideas of where I can start with this I am also able to get to the FreeNAS WebGUI by typing 192 168 10 2 into Chrome FireFox browsers Motherboard SuperMicro X9SCM F CPU Intel Xeon E3 1230 V2 RAM 32GB Kingston ECC H Drives 10x3TB Western Digital Reds Raidz2 1x2TB Western Digital Red as a single disk stripe FreeNAS 9 3 STABLE latest Grantp Jan 29 2016 at 3 37 PM 2 Offline Mlovelace FreeNAS Aware Member Since Aug 19 2014

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  • Can't access Plex from outside home network | FreeNAS Community
    468 Trophy Points 83 Location GA USA danb35 Jan 20 2016 cobramonkey said I originally tried just adding the server IP as the port forward address but when that didn t work I also added the plexmediaserver address Click to expand Well that s not going to work Your router can only forward that port to one destination and I d expect it will forward to the first one in the list Your Plex jail should be the only destination for 32400 The plexmediaserver doesn t show up as a leased IP in the router though Click to expand That s to be expected as it isn t picking up its IP via DHCP FreeNAS 9 3 RELEASE SuperMicro MBD X9SCL F O E3 1230V2 32 GB RAM LSI9211 8i IT P20 SuperMicro CSE 826TQ R800LPB Chassis 6 x 4 TB RAIDZ2 3 x 2 TB 3 x 3 TB RAIDZ2 PMS Plug in VirtualBox Plug in Manual install of transmission sabnzbd sickbeard couchpotato in a jail danb35 Jan 20 2016 2 Offline cobramonkey Member Since Dec 13 2015 Messages 2 Message Count 2 Likes Received 0 Trophy Points 1 Location New Orleans cobramonkey Jan 20 2016 Huh Well that was a stupid fix Deleted the port forward to the server and just left the one to the plex jail All systems are green Face palm cobramonkey Jan 20 2016 3 Offline NickF Member Since Jun 12 2014 Messages 3 Message Count 3 Likes Received 0 Trophy Points 1 NickF Jan 20 2016 Also you should use a different internal port than the external port FreeNAS PLEX Box Intel Core i7 2600 Intel BOXDP67BGB3 32GB Crucial non ECC 6x2TB HGST 7k3000 SS Seasonic 400FL2 NORCO RPC 430 CyberPower CP1500PFCLCD FreeNAS 9 3 STABLE NickF Jan 20 2016 4 Offline pirateghost Unintelligible Geek Member Since Feb 29 2012 Messages 2 736 Message Count 2 736 Likes Received 310 Trophy Points 83 pirateghost Jan 20 2016 NickF said Also you should use a different internal port than the external port Click to expand Why What purpose would this serve Plex is not SSH pirateghost Jan 20 2016 5 Offline DrKK FreeNAS Guru Member Since Oct 15 2013 Messages 2 030 Message Count 2 030 Likes Received 388 Trophy Points 83 Occupation Promulgator of Peace and Love Location Baltimore DrKK Jan 21 2016 pirateghost said Why What purpose would this serve Plex is not SSH Click to expand I agree with pirateghost Why the hell would this matter at all The only ports you need to avoid are well known ports e g FTP or SSH default ports 21 and 22 should not be forwarded since every script kiddie and Russky on the planet will incessant pound your box But if the service runs on some crazy port say 12345 and the WAN ingress is ALSO port 12345 then meh there s no problem FreeNAS 9 3 latest SuperMicro X10SLM F Intel Pentium G3220 16 GB Kingston ECC UDIMM RAM 3x2TB WD Red

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  • Networking | FreeNAS Community
    366 j r0dd Jan 22 2016 QUESTION Setting up FreeNAS box and Jaild without a router prerequirements Chakalov Dec 8 2015 Replies 13 Views 251 Chakalov Jan 20 2016 QUESTION USB 3 0 Ethernet Adaptor Max E Jan 19 2016 Replies 13 Views 162 Sakuru Jan 20 2016 QUESTION One interface for email one for iSCSI Julianh Jan 19 2016 Replies 4 Views 54 jgreco Jan 19 2016 QUESTION Forward FreeNAS port to jail David Wingate Jan 18 2016 Replies 2 Views 58 Jailer Jan 18 2016 QUESTION How to disable default router in Jail Anonymouslemming Jan 17 2016 Replies 1 Views 48 Mirfster Jan 17 2016 QUESTION HELP mounting smbfs share in a jail Halfe Jan 22 2015 Replies 4 Views 437 wmn79 Jan 13 2016 QUESTION Security regarding default gateway and static routes Argentic Jan 1 2016 Replies 1 Views 74 m0nkey Jan 1 2016 QUESTION DNS and OpenVPN STREBLO Dec 25 2015 Replies 3 Views 88 jgreco Dec 25 2015 QUESTION sleep freenas with no network Usage nuttytech Dec 11 2015 Replies 12 Views 202 nuttytech Dec 23 2015 QUESTION VLAN in jail HBO Dec 9 2015 Replies 4 Views 184 acp Dec 16 2015 QUESTION How to enable jumbo frames on LACP HeinzApfel Dec 16 2015 Replies 3 Views 135 HeinzApfel Dec 16 2015 QUESTION Windows 10 and workgroups Ray Milyard Dec 14 2015 Replies 3 Views 217 Ray Milyard Dec 15 2015 QUESTION bridging two ethernets stp not link aggregation Jason Brooks Oct 19 2015 Replies 8 Views 198 Jason Brooks Dec 1 2015 QUESTION Networking SNMP Robert gornall Nov 25 2015 Replies 5 Views 141 tvsjr Dec 1 2015 QUESTION Link two jails out through VPN STREBLO Nov 30 2015 Replies 2 Views 88 STREBLO Nov 30 2015 Showing threads 1 to 20 of

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  • QUESTION - add to zabbix upc, connected to freenas | FreeNAS Community
    smart to install software packages on the FreeNAS appliance SNMP is the better way so no extra dependencies you can add customs trings for the snmp query in the system tab maybe you can also run a shell script that gets the nuts data for the UPS system and get back the data to snmap my prefered way would be a snmp card for your UPS or a converter but it is a matter of money you want to spend FreeNAS 9 3 STABLE zambanini Jan 29 2016 at 6 35 AM 3 Offline depasseg FreeNAS Guru Member Since Sep 16 2014 Messages 1 530 Message Count 1 530 Likes Received 166 Trophy Points 63 Occupation Solutions Architect depasseg Jan 29 2016 at 6 38 AM I know what zabbix is and it sounds like the zabix server is connected to a UPS And there is a zabbix agent installed on freenas So what is the real ask here freenas1 Specs SuperMicro SuperStorage Server 5028R E1CR12L Xeon E5 2637V3 128GB DDR4 2133MHz ECC RDIMM X10SRH CLN4F On board LSI 3008 Flashed w Avago v9 IT 12x 4TB WD Re SAS 2x Intel S3700 SLOG and L2ARC freenas1 expansion SuperMicro SC847E16 JBOD 45 drives connected via an LSI 2008 8e flashed to v20 IT 20 x WD Red 2TB 6 WD Red 3TB freenas2 Specs 9 3 RELEASE Pentium R Dual Core CPU E5300 2 60GHz 8GB ECC RDIMM Intel ICH8 AHCI SATA controller 6 x 3TB WDC WD30EFRX SATA RAID Z1 Marvell Yukon 88E8053 GbE Re imaged Netgear ReadyNAS Pro 6 depasseg Jan 29 2016 at 6 38 AM 4 Offline zambanini FreeNAS Aware Member Since Sep 11 2013 Messages 356 Message Count 356 Likes Received 16 Trophy Points 18 Occupation BOFH Walter Bishop zambanini Jan 29 2016 at 6

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