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cyberjock, I figured my concern was something straightforward which it would certainly be the noob inquiry that all the old timers roll their eyes when they see ... I"ve hung around on discussion forums where I"m a SME, so I"m actually attempting not to be "THAT man". I"ve browsed below, on google, and also on youtube a number of times and also I can"t determine just how to repair the concern. From my analysis it appears the computer system can"t locate the DNS web server ... I have the second and also key DNS from my router yet the system reveals currently transform after I connect either in the SuperMicro GUI and also reboot the web server. Several of the strings appears to consist of some diagnostics "ipconfig > paste outcomes and so on." (right here are my ipconfig results https://www.dropbox.com/s/59h3yaf06diupcv/ipconfig.JPG ). I wear"t understand what I"m missing out on. I attract several of my presumptions from this string http://forums.freenas.org/index.php?threads/default-host-name-host-name-not-found.14749/ however I still have not located "10 very easy actions to Appoint DNS when host name is not discovered". In the above referenced string "pirateghost" provides tips of what I think is the FreeNAS GUI however when I key in my web servers IP, I obtain the SuperMicro GUI. Any kind of assistance is much appreciated!FreeNAS 18.104.22.168|SuperMicro CSE-732i-500B|SuperMicro MBD-X9SCM-IIF|Intel Celeron G1620 Dual-Core 2.7 GHz|Kingston 16 GB DDR3 ECC Unbuffered 1333MHz Web Server Memory|Western Digital 3TB Red NAS HDD x 2 gpsguyActive Participant JoinedJan 22, 2012Messages4,473 May 28, 2014 Neither em0 or em0 has an IP address if you look at your screenshot. Along with an IP address, you "ll require a subnet mask, portal address as well as your DNS access. You can establish every one of these worths utilizing the console configuration food selection. Do you have a DHCP web server? If so, probably it may be simpler to get hold of the addresses by means of DHCP and afterwards alter it to a fixed address.FreeNAS 11.x, 9.10, & 9.3 guidebooks (PDF & ePub )downloadFreeNAS-8.3.0 -RELEASE-x64|HP N40L |
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