Nick Howitt wrote:
There is no point in using the multiport switch if you are not specifying ports. You could simplify to a single rule:
but it is arguably naughty as it blocks pings. You could try:
Well that dont work as it blocks everything, including LAN
Think I'll just leave it as is.
Ironically I was looking at their Gen 10 Opteron based servers but really want an 8 core ryzen version. I may just go the ITX route and keep my existing NAS case.
I'm currently rocking a duel core G3220 with 4GB MEM,
In dire need of an upgrade !
The Qnap ryzen based systems are interesting but a bit stupidly priced I feel.
Nick Howitt wrote:
I've now put it into a proper Howto in the Knowledgebase
@John, it looks like my script has moved on a bit from when I posted. MAXELEM is now parameterised. This is a trivial change and you don't need it. I've also set it to e-mail me if the update fails.
Also writing it up has shown a stupidity in my firewall rules. You can remove:from the firewall rules. This should have been replaced by:And not supplemented with it.
Sorry to be a pain but what is the rule to block all traffic except from what's enabled within the country list?
Would the following work ?
Cheers for that Nick, I did reply earlier but lost it when I hit accept your answer
Any way, I did try to find out what's been back ported but like you said it's not easy.
However, Good news for prospective Ryzen server owners!
I've just installed ClearOS on a spare SSD on my own system (3900x X570 board)
And every thing works ethnet ports/USB3 ect. All NVME/SSD drives detected fine. Even my Vega VII GFX card was deteted and used the AMDGPU module.
Also , the install took a minute and a half Ok minimum install I admit
Am now off to price up a suitable system. I really fancy a duel 64 core Eypc Rome Monster but........
They've caught a few unsuspecting customers with that, They should be had up for it I feel.
Glad I picked the WD reds to be honest.
This needs pinning/highlighting so prospective buyers wanting to NAS setup can read it.