Man my rack pulls 450 watts idle haha. Considering my electric cost per kwh thats $366 a year.
I need to go device by device and see what is pulling what. The server itself (not counting hgst 4u and hard drives) is only 80 watts so not sure it is worth downgrading unless i can run at miniscule...
If emby went by users and not by devices I'd use it a lot more. I actually like it a lot especially for feeding out iptv/dvr.
That's impressive it can do 18 transcodes on plex. Hmm makes me wonder what i could do to reduce my power usage levels and simplify
I have a future use for them but not yet. Hopefully prices come down even more.
I'm going to go the large ssd route when i get a big catamaran sailboat to live on in a few years. I'll be able to keep my storage, not susceptible to wave motion and super low power is needed. Low power usage is...
Yep all 0 bytes on the .der files ill give sync a shot. The mfg.dat came through ok
I copied over the files a few different ways. That and typeing "sync" before the umount seemed to fix it. So finally have the valid .der files
Yep that was it baud rate of 115200 worked. I now have valid certs and mfg.dat for the 210. I must be doing something wrong in supplicant mode of pfsense. It hangs at waiting for eap to authorize when using the script. Bah
Could someone send me the valid .der certs for a nvg589? I put them together manually plain text from a file i found online. However, I can't get the EAP process to authorize and I'm thinking it may be those .der cert files. The mfg.dat file was pulled directly from the bios chip.
So i have my certs. Was able to desolder and pull the required files from the nvg589 chip. Once I get a window for downtime I'll switch to supplicant mode in pfsense. I'll get the certs off the BGW210 when i get a chance too
Yes i have mixed sas and sata drives and have no issue (4 sas drives, 26 sata) I have been using it this way for over two years. Only difference is the sas drives show up twice in my drive list due to being seen on both sas backplanes which is normal and i just pick one in my debian omv drives list
I did not know you could bypass these AT&T routers completely. Just ordered NVG589 to desolder (i have a Pace) for $19. Ill be dumping firmware for certs and going with supplicant method on my pfsense box