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    trohrt
    @trohrt
    then i ran into problems with ipv6
    stupid portainer doesn't support sysctl so I switch to docker compose so that i could disable ipv6 (which i like better)
    running smooth like butter... i know none of you helped directly but google led me to all the solutions you guys came up with (as well as this chat history to reference) so THANK YOU ALL
    fraserabrown
    @fraserabrown
    Hi @trohrt i've been having issues with expressvpn DNS as well, they're intermittent though and seems to happen only once every 3 days. have been using this container for like 6 months or a year and no problems but recently it's been very unreliable. i thought it was the expressvpn server i'm using but now i'm not so sure
    i also use portainer, and i've set the -dns option as per the config. i'm confused why you've indicated that can't be done. is this not best practice?
    Serge
    @oneMadRssn_twitter
    The RSS Plugin seems to be ignoring the "TRANSMISSION_DOWNLOAD_DIR" for me
    I set the env var, but the log still shows: " download_path: /data/completed" which is the default. Everything else works fine
    Serge
    @oneMadRssn_twitter
    nevermind, I see a new version was just pushed. it works now
    Patrick Kishino
    @pkishino
    you must have been on a very old version.. are you using latest/dev/3.6?
    Dan Dease
    @drd2aiki
    Keep getting the "Transmission: Authentication Failed" error in Sickchill. It seems to be because the IP address within the docker network changes from 172.20.0.2 to 172.20.0.3. Is there a way to set the IP address so it won't change? I reset it in SC and it works again. It's just an annoyance...
    wiinc1
    @wiinc1
    I moved into a new house with the only thing changing was use of Unifi Dream Machine apart of the networking in comparison to the prior house (where I had this working before). I continue to receive the following error when starting the container RTNETLINK answers: File exists. Everything I have found online points to the variable LOCAL_NETWORK but I have tried a number of combinations such as 192.168.1.0/24, 192.168.1.0/30, 192.168.1.0/16, but nothing has worked thus far. Anyone know how to correct this issue?
    2 replies
    9Mad-Max5
    @9Mad-Max5
    Hi,
    Im using just the opevpn part of this docker. But is I discovered on previous setups for some services and domains it is necessary to exclude those domains from tunnelling threw the vpn. In my case, it is myjdownloader. Is there an option to exclude a list of domains from the tunnel?
    random-login
    @random-login
    I am having an odd issue.I have sonarr(among others) and transmission containers in docker on a macvlan 10.10.0.0/16. I can access sonarr and transmission from my desktop. Sonarr works (can reach indexers, tvdb, nzbget) expect for adding transmission. If I exec into sonarr I can ping the transmission ip, but nc/telnet/etc hang attempting to connect to port 9091. If I exec into the transmission container I can ping the sonarr container, my vpn is working (I can curl http://ipinfo.io/ip and get a VPN address. If I drop a magnet link into transmission, it gets the magnet info, connects to the tracker and downloads fine. I have tried looking at the faq and googling but haven't had any luck. Any ideas?
    new112211
    @new112211
    Hey guys, does anyone know of any community support forums for haugene/docker-transmission-openvpnhaugene?
    new112211
    @new112211

    Hi guys,
    I am super lost and was wondering if anyone might be able to point me in the correct direction, please.
    When looking at the logs, I think the issue is these to things:
    mknod: /dev/net/tun: File exists
    Options error: In [CMD-LINE]:1: Error opening configuration file: /etc/openvpn/pia/au_sydney.ovpn

    I don't really have any experience with docker of a CLI and have no idea what the logs even mean. Would greatly appreciate any assistance of any kind.

    John Dennehy
    @John-Dennehy
    Hey - having issues remotely accessing radaar/sonaar running within the docker-transmission-openVPN container. VPN provider is expressVPN and they've told me they don't currently provide a way to use port forwarding. Any other suggestions?
    works fine on home network, but it's a pain when I want to change something from work
    Matthew Gromer
    @silentArtifact
    Hey all. Having problems with ExpressVPN, where it's not wanting to load the ovpn files for either the default or, in my case, the chicago server.
    Anyone else see that?
    Maksym Makuch
    @Lastin
    Hi everyone
    I was trying to use custom provider, but for some reason connection to the remote IP fails
    though it's able to resolve dns at first, so not quite sure what could be the issue. Any ideas?
    Maksym Makuch
    @Lastin
    nvm, I've found what was the issue. I have two network interfaces in my pc, and for some reason the container assumes I'm using the 0 one, but I was connected to network with eth1
    dhamberg
    @dhamberg:matrix.org
    [m]
    Hello everyone, is there a way to authenticate transmission while opening ip:port on a web browser?
    9Mad-Max5
    @9Mad-Max5
    I m not sure but it is always an option to go with an reverse proxy like traefik and use there capabilities
    HardlyAnonymous
    @HardlyAnonymous
    Good evening, I recently accidentally deleted my transmission open VPN container and am in the process of getting it recreated (I failed to back it up the first time). It's now recreated, however, I'm struggling to get the web UI password protected. Am I missing a variable/value to get this enabled? FYI, I'm using Synology's docker GUI.
    HardlyAnonymous
    @HardlyAnonymous
    I set the following values and it's unfortunately still failing to prompt for a password. Anything else I might be missing?
    TRANSMISSION_RPC_AUTHENTICATION_REQUIRED=true
    TRANSMISSION_RPC_USERNAME=username
    TRANSMISSION_RPC_PASSWORD=password
    HardlyAnonymous
    @HardlyAnonymous
    I've reset the container as well after making these changes and have restarted the container multiple times. The password doesn't contain any special characters as well.
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    HardlyAnonymous
    @HardlyAnonymous
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    HardlyAnonymous
    @HardlyAnonymous
    @haugene Disregard, I bounced my server with the container running and I'm now prompted for creds when browsing to the UI. Thanks for all you do!
    Andrew Braun
    @C1fighter_twitter
    Hello. I am getting a time out when downloading the PIA config bundle. Can anyone help.
    TheBoyd
    @theboyd:matrix.org
    [m]

    I updated my container tonight and now it's failing to start

    Creating TUN device /dev/net/tun
    mknod: /dev/net/tun: File exists
    Using OpenVPN provider: PIA
    Running with VPN_CONFIG_SOURCE auto
    Provider PIA has a bundled setup script. Defaulting to internal config
    Executing setup script for PIA
    Downloading OpenVPN config bundle openvpn into temporary file /tmp/tmp.F37xXZSp2j
    Extract OpenVPN config bundle into PIA directory /etc/openvpn/pia
    [/tmp/tmp.F37xXZSp2j]
      End-of-central-directory signature not found.  Either this file is not
      a zipfile, or it constitutes one disk of a multi-part archive.  In the
      latter case the central directory and zipfile comment will be found on
      the last disk(s) of this archive.
    unzip:  cannot find zipfile directory in one of /tmp/tmp.F37xXZSp2j or
            /tmp/tmp.F37xXZSp2j.zip, and cannot find /tmp/tmp.F37xXZSp2j.ZIP, period.

    Am I missing something, or is there an easy way to address this?

    TheBoyd
    @theboyd:matrix.org
    [m]
    I tried specifying version 3.7.1 and it's still failing to start.
    Starting container with revision: 47f32618629b0144f492b9116f77978d4c991712
    Creating TUN device /dev/net/tun
    mknod: /dev/net/tun: File exists
    Using OpenVPN provider: PIA
    Provider PIA has a custom setup script, executing it
    Downloading OpenVPN config bundle openvpn into temporary file /tmp/tmp.cAcALE
    Extract OpenVPN config bundle into PIA directory /etc/openvpn/pia
    unzip: short read
    TheBoyd
    @theboyd:matrix.org
    [m]
    Ahh found the issue. I built out the url that gets downloaded for PIA. The site is showing a down for maintenance message.
    Scott Heller
    @sheed3k_twitter
    Im sure this is a stupid question but I keep getting this error in my log , trying to run on a Synology Nas in docker Options error: In [CMD-LINE]:1: Error opening configuration file: /etc/openvpn/nordvpn/default.ovpn
    Luis Madrigal
    @luismadrigal
    Hi there, I'm new to this forum. Anyway, I recently noticed that my container is no longer active. I mean it starts, and most of the trackers connect, but it never uploads or downloads anything. I've tried a fresh new torrent in container and outside the container. It doesn't download in the container but it does on the native app. Any ideas as to what is going on? I'm on the "latest" branch/image.
    Luis Madrigal
    @luismadrigal
    @sheed3k_twitter I've had the same problem, and while this is not a solution, it is a working work around. It is case of "have you tried turning off and on again?" But before you do that, check the "high privilege" setting. You need to remove it and let fail once, then re-apply it and restart it. It should work then.
    9Mad-Max5
    @9Mad-Max5

    Hi,
    Im using just the opevpn part of this docker. But is I discovered on previous setups for some services and domains it is necessary to exclude those domains from tunnelling threw the vpn. In my case, it is myjdownloader. Is there an option to exclude a list of domains from the tunnel?

    So I found a way for this issue.
    It was just building the routes myself directly in the container using a script

    John Dennehy
    @John-Dennehy
    Any idea what might cause this error? image.png
    Tamás
    @tamas11:matrix.org
    [m]
    Hey Y'all
    I'm trying to set up a docker-compose instance on ubuntu but for some reason i'm failing to point to the provided ovpn file and the certs
    im by no means good at docker so i might be missing something obvious
    any help would be appreciated
    alright there we go
    actually blocked out the user and pw this time :P
    vTheorize
    @vTheorize

    curl: (28) Failed to connect to www.privateinternetaccess.com port 443: Connection timed out

    Getting this as the final error in log when attempting to run container.

    Other containers on machine have internet access when ran with -it.

    How can I verify internet access in the transmission-openvpn container?