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  1. Well, I went ahead and rebooted and now I am not able to access the system. All the NICs are back (ifconfig) and the usable NIC gets an IP (dhcp), but I cannot get a response. From the system I try to ping the switch but even that fails. Pinging from my workstation to the router and to the switch is successful, just not to the system. Looks like by unloading/reloading igb did something that affected the other usable NIC. The switch and router do show the connection fine to the "working" NIC. Do I have to nuke my system and start over?
  2. From the messages files, I found the following after boot: Feb 19 11:13:03 NAS synonetseqadj: synonetseqadj.c:312 Error internal NIC devices 3 does not equal to internal NIC number 4 Feb 19 11:13:03 NAS interface-catcher: eth0 (dhcp) is added Feb 19 11:13:03 NAS interface-catcher: eth1 (dhcp) is added Feb 19 11:13:03 NAS interface-catcher: eth2 (dhcp) is added Feb 19 11:13:03 NAS interface-catcher: lo (inet netmask ) is added Feb 19 11:13:04 NAS synonetd: net_route_table_edit.c:72 eth0 ip route del failed, instead of route Feb 19 11:13:05 NAS dhcp-client: started
  3. I am not sure if I am doing something wrong. I tried to access the system directly from the server entering the username/password that I setup via command line. However, I get: login: can't chdir to home directory '/var/services/homes/' login: can't run /sbin/nologin: No such file or directory After which brings me back to the login prompt. Additionally, I enabled SSH service to see if I can access my system that way, however, after I enter my credentials, the Putty window disappears. I have no problems accessing the system using the Web GUI. Something I noticed after removing lo
  4. I end up buying the TP-Link NIC and it works perfectly. The built-in NICs are detected after boot, but is like the driver does not work because they don't auto assign an address when ethernet is plugged in. So, definitely, there is something wrong with the PAT file and the built-in NIC. Even though I would still like to use them, the TP-Link will do. Maybe there is something I can tweak now that I can access the system.
  5. I want to try "When DSM is installed log in via console, try to unload driver and reload it: rmmod igb insmod /lib/modules/igb.ko Check the logs /var/log/message and/or dmesg to see what's happening. " However, the default admin account and blank password does not work for me. Does anyone know what it is?
  6. The PAT file is from the forum ( To be exact, I have used DSM_5.2-5644 (43a3c4a95c95c4fbe7ba0d2f39d60747) and DSM 5.2-5592 (3ac1644e147a4d870ddc94eec6903c89) both with the same result.
  7. I sure did! On this view, I see some events with "dhcp-client (eth0)main process (17198) killed by TERM signal" and same for eth1 What is the default account? I thought it was admin with a blank password, but I get access denied. I have not setup any account yet since I just rebooted to finish the manual PAT installation. Additionally, I tried to ping the assigned IP addresses for either NIC and I get "Destination Host Unreachable" I pinged from my workstation and from the router, both same result. So, it definitely it is something with the NICs not being either loaded or based on th
  8. Just an update. I retry installing Xpenoboot using the previous version (5592) and I had the same results. Everything worked flawless when booted (1000Mbps) and when uploading the PAT file. However, when the system was rebooted to complete the installation, it came back with only 10Mbps and unable to connect due to timeout. Would it be beneficial to attempt upgrading the firmware on those NICs? I was looking at maybe buying the TP Link card if there is no way of getting the onboard NICs working.
  9. I was thinking that it could potentially be a NIC issue. So, i booted from a live CD and found that the NICs are Intel 82576 (rev01). Additionally, when the server is rebooting, as well as on this live CD, the connection is at 1Gbps (1000Mbps). I have a Ubiquiti switch and is set for autonegotiation. So, I don't think it is a compatibility issue especially because the connection works fine just before the manual setup (installing PAT file).
  10. Hello! I have an interesting situation. I bought a Dell C2100 (FS12-TY) so I can load Xpenology. I used the latest XPenoboot (5644.4.iso) and DSM (5644.pat). Booting from Xpenoboot and loading DSM (pat) was no problem, the issues started after the DSM rebooted to complete the installation. From the server side, it looks like everything is fine, however, when I try to load the address, it fails with "The connection has timed out. The server at is taking too long to respond.". One thing i noticed was that during setup, the NIC had 1Gbps speed, however, after the reboot and any other subsequ