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I know have some missing documentation, I hope to work on it and make it better.
for your question: EasyNAS can share storage using ISCSI protocol
it will allow to create working disk on the EasyNAS , boot from it and using from the network.
in order for it to work, you need first to create the storage where iscsi files are going to be saved.
so you need empty disk/s and create a Filesystem out of them
the file system can be a standlone disks (JBOD) or a Raid 1,5,6.
every option will give you a different redundant array.
After that is created, you need to build a Volume on top of the file system
the volume represent the logical seperation between shared network folders.
when you have both Filesystem and a Volume under it, you can then run any application that will use this storage including ISCSI
I hope this helps to understand
i’m on it.
I’m sorry for your experience
there was a bug in build 83 that was fixed in build 92.
I’m planning to lunch version 1.0.1 that will fix few issues. hopefully this issue as well.
I will add the realtek firmware into the installation disk
thanks for the info.
ok, i’ll try to replicate the issue.
thanks for the info
thanks for the info, I didn’t encounter this running on virtualbox but I trust your word.
it can be if no HD was discovered during the boot,
It might be missing drivers, working on something to fix it.
EasyNAS by default is open to all IPS,
the access should be via the browser:
there can be an issue with chrome due to the fact that the cert is self signed.
this can be override using this:
I’m working on a solution to this.
- This reply was modified 6 months, 1 week ago by easynas_p43nwd.
thanks for the info,
I’ll re-try to reproduced it.
I was trying to replicate the problem, without any success,
EasyNAS require 20G to install itself, too little space it will give you the error that you got.
if it’s more than 20G you can choose it in the installation menu.
I have tried both 20G and 100G and the install went ok with both.
what is your hardware specification beside the HD ?
Thank you for this information. I’m checking this out.
And will submit my answer in few days.
Currently EasyNAS need a dedicated he for the OS
You can use one HDD for storage if you’ll boot the system from a USB dongle
Sorry about that
I’ll check it out and issue and update
You need to check few things:
1. The same user+password need to be on EasyNAS and Windows
2. The user must have read permission to the volume
I hope this helps.
I’ll work on it.