yeah, I haven't set a DNS entry as that didn't work previously.
So.....the big question, can I reboot without losing access to my machine?
this the content of eth0:
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thanks; I've these two entries in /etc/netplan:
root@debian:~# ls /etc/netplan
Which one should I remove/edit?
On the latter, in the GUI there was no configuration for the network, so I've created one…
FWIW, seems there are no entries in /etc/network/interfaces.d
Could that be the problem? when typing the following command:
it says, no such file.
same with ls....
no such directory.
Same for .../network/interfaces
KM0201 can you confirm the above pls? Thank you
Yep, I've seen that.
So all it needs is restarting the docker deamon before rebooting the nas?
Or do I have to configure docker0 via omv-firstaid?
The NAS is plugged to a switch.
The switch is plugged into a Google Wifi Modem.
And the Google Wifi is plugged into a router.
I've also tried plugging it directly into the router (via LAN).
As you said above, it always happens when installing docker. I…
Replied to the thread OMV 5.x resolved Lost IP address after "omv-firstaid" configuration.Post(Quote from FrancisGetsBold)
how were you able to connect to your machine since it didn't had any IP? I have the same problem and when the issue occurs I don't know how to access my machine, since it's not being given an IP from the router.
yeah, I basically demoved docker and portainer and reinstalled them, just to be sure.
It's all working right now.
But I'm kinda scared to reboot the NAS. I fear it won't get an IP assigned or found by the network as usual.
I've set a static IP via the browser and kept settings as DNS in the GUI.
I'm removing docker and portainer right now and readd them, just to make sure.
I'm beyond that point. OVM works just fine.
What I'm struggling with, is the network setup. I don't seem to be able to use any configuration that allows me to change the network settings so I can install portainer (pls see the previous screenshots I've…
sorry about that. It's no a typo actually
Partition 1 (Boot, ext3) = 1GB
Partition 2 (Root, ext3) = 6GB
Partition 3 (SWAP) = 6,25 GB
Partition 4 (Files, ext4) = 2,7 TB
I'm not at the same step again, where I want to install Portainer, and it won't let me.
I've found this on the topic, which might be my issue:
Do you advise doing that?
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I'll try that and see then. Thank you!
Kinda tired of reinstalling all the time
Did you also assign a DNS in the ui?
The issue I have is that I need to assign a DNS, since OMV doesn't seem to connect to the internet (to download portainer etc.) otherwise
that's a good option. that wouldn't be a problem for OMV itself?
I had another reinstall now. my boot drive is a 1gb partition (ext3) connected directly to the NAS.
Edit: And it just happened again. All I did was set eth0 to DCHP and added a DNS entry (188.8.131.52) so I could download Portainer. After a reboot, the NAS is…
Reacted with to Agricola’s post in the thread OMV 5.x No connection OMV after setting up network settings.Reaction (Post)Once set up, in Network>General if you set your domain and host you can always reach it from a browser with [domain].[host]. Something like hc2.local or whatever you have.
thanks for the suggestion.
I've set a host and a domain name and now I'm getting this error message when trying to login:
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I'm reinstalling everything now. What's the best way to set a static IP and the DNS servers?
As said, I've tried it via:
- omv-firstaid => couldn't get IP after reboot
- via modifying resolv.conf in the console
- via the UI