Apfelbomber

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  1. So far, I can´t see anything out of the ordinary. My best bet would be to get a cheap Intel NIC (I bought one for not even 25€, 2-port, 1gbit) and try it with that. I´m currently working on a couple of Dell servers and I´m having a similar issue as you do, though it´s not even working with my Intel NIC. Just try a couple of different configurations, loaders and whatnot, there´s always something that you need to figure out before it works... If you have a spare HDD, try that out too. Especially with your case 3. Usually, it doesn´t matter whether it´s an SSD or an HDD, but you never k
  2. Hi there! In my experience, HP Servers usually function the best as a 3615xs with the 1.03b loader by Jun. However, be aware that on some versions, the onboard NICs will stop working since some versions apparently only support Intel NICs. Are you certain that pid and vid of the stick and the mac address(es) are correct and that you saved the grub before dismounting? I know that might seem like a dumb question, but things like that were the most common mistakes that both me and a couple of friends of mine did because we were too impatient. And last but not least,
  3. The issue was resolved thanks to another post in the Updates section - I simply had to delete the DNS entry and re-enter it. That fixed it. Many thanks anyways!
  4. Update: Or not. Sporadically, the package manager has a connection, but it seems to be completely random and unpredictable.
  5. Update: Disabling the Intel NIC seems to have resolved the problem. Maybe the four ports were too many?
  6. I recently updated my Microserver Gen8 which is running on Jun´s loader v1.03b as a 3615xs to DSM version 6.2.3-25426 (it was running on 6.2.3-25426 before, with the only issue being that I couldn´t shut it down or restart it via DSM) and since that update, the server can´t connect to any services. The package center is unavailable, as are Plex and TeamViewer. I can access the Server just fine, as long as I´m within the network. There´s no data loss and no other issues so far. It´s not a router problem either, the settings there are the same as always and I don´t see anything that
  7. - Outcome of the update: SUCCESSFUL-ISH - DSM version prior update: DSM 6.2.2-24922 Update 4 - Loader version and model: Jun´s Loader v1.03b - DS3615xs - Using custom extra.lzma: NO - Installation type: BAREMETAL - HP Microserver Gen8 with additional Intel Network Card - Additional comments: The Update itself was succesful as in no data loss or connectivity issues TO the server - as long as you´re within the network. The server seems to have no connection whatsoever to the package manager and apps like Plex or TeamViewer don´t have connection either. VMs on the server,