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TinsellyCone241

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About TinsellyCone241

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  • Location
    United States
  • Gender
    Male

System

  • CPU
    Core i9 10900k
  • Motherboard
    ASUS Z490-G Gaming (WiFi)
  • RAM
    32 GB Corsair Vengeance Pro RGB
  • GPU
    Nvidia RTX 2070 SUPER
  • Case
    NZXT H710i
  • Storage
    1TB SSD, 1TB SSD, 2 TB HDD
  • PSU
    Corsair RM 850x
  • Display(s)
    240hz, 1080p & 60hz, 4K
  • Cooling
    NZXT Kraken
  • Keyboard
    Logitech G915 TKL
  • Mouse
    Logitech MX Master 3
  • Sound
    Sony WH1000XM4
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Home
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    None
  • Phone
    iPhone 12

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  1. Ok, that is what I thought, thank you! Looks like I will be replacing my router then. I think I could probably get it to work somehow by using the network card and running all data for the webserver through there, but I don't really know how to do any of that and I probably should replace the router anyways. I'll just have to do some more research.
  2. Yes, I do understand that. I am trying to host a website (The NextCloud webUI), but Unraid uses the http and https ports for its own stuff, so I am wanting to take any traffic coming from the general internet to my NAS and move it to a different port so that Unraid doesn't intercept it and it can instead be used by NextCloud. This is kind of complicated and might mess up my other things, so maybe I could try to redirect traffic coming to nextcloud to a different IP by redirecting that traffic to my network card rather than my motherboard's build in ethernet port and then those ports would be o
  3. I am trying to setup a reverse proxy in order to use NextCloud from outside of the LAN, so I just want to redirect traffic coming to my NAS' IP to a different port. I am following this video to try and figure out what I need to do. Have a look at what he says at 10:05. That's where I am.
  4. So I know how port forwarding works, but I use an Xfinity router (With my setup it's cheaper to rent Xfinity's router than to use my own). The Xfinity router has a port forwarding option in the settings on 10.0.0.1. This however just links to the XFi website where you can add a port forward there. The issue is, their website has no option to set the start port and end port. I am adding NextCloud to my Unraid NAS which uses ports 80 and 443 for its web UI, but these ports are in use by Unraid, so I want to map external traffic coming into port 80 or 443 to ports 180 and 1443 (just for the NAS)
  5. Ah - I fixed it. I had to install the drivers for the network adapter via device manager. Thanks!
  6. I don't really know how to do that, so I figured it would be easier the other way. How do I do that?
  7. I have a Unraid VM and I am attempting to pass through a network card to run a game server on it. It is a Windows 10 VM, there is nothing on it at the moment because it has no internet so I can't download anything. I tried following the instructions from this forum post, but the virutal machine still didn't have ethernet. The network card shows up in device manager but its under other devices instead of network adapters where it is supposed to be.
  8. K - I will try that, do I just do that while it is on, during boot, or when it's turned off?
  9. So I made a post about this a bit ago and I thought I fixed it but I didn't. I have some more information. I took out 2 sticks of RAM that I didn't know the speed of because I thought maybe they were trying to overclock - made it more stable but didn't fix it - now it just restarts completely randomly - once I joined a discord call and it restarted. I have an i9-10900K, ASUS Z490-G, 32GB of RAM (But I took out 16 for troubleshooting) and an RTX 2070 SUPER. PSU is a Corsair RM850x. I have a theory as to what is going on: the motherboard has an AI overclocking system. The way it is supposed to w
  10. I have an inroad nas and I changed the mobo, cpu, and case recently and since then the web dashboard doesn’t work and ftp doesn’t work - nas works though. That’s it.
  11. Turned off the AI stuff and it fixed it. Thanks!
  12. K - will try that in the morning just eliminate that. (It’s night time now for me)
  13. Oh ok - someone mentioned setting a voltage manually. I don’t really want to overclock the CPU but it sounds like the motherboard is trying to do it by itself. I did notice the voltage was on auto in the bios. If I put it to manual, what voltage should I set it to?
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