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Network ServicesOther

Automatically run periodic internet speed tests and save results to InfluxDB v1.

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speedtest-tracker beta

Network ServicesOther, Tools / UtilitiesUtilities

A Docker image to check your internet speed using Ookla's Speedtest service. Build using Laravel and the Speedtest CLI. Speedtest Tracker is a self-hosted internet performance tracking application that runs speedtest checks against Ookla's Speedtest service. Speedtest Tracker is in active development, during this "alpha" phase expect things to change and maybe break. Important note : the dev had dropped SQLite as the default database. It's still supported for those using it but for new installs, strongly recommending MySQL/Mariadb or Postgres. default login : Username : [email protected] Password : password

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Network ServicesOther

Spotweb is a decentralized usenet community based on the Spotnet protocol. Spotweb requires an operational webserver with PHP7.2 installed, it uses either an MySQL or an PostgreSQL database to store it's contents in.

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Sshwifty is a SSH and Telnet connector made for the Web. It can be deployed on your computer or server to provide SSH and Telnet access interface for any compatible (standard) web browser. For support in chrome website must run in HTTPS mode, as such a .crt and .key file must be privded in /mnt/user/appdata/sshwifty/certs/ Supports configuration file for hosts with passwords/private key matches prepopulated

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STORJ DAEMON Docker - using Storj public automated build. This template, nor author, are affiliated with Storj is a Crypto-asset and P2P cloud storage service. This Docker runs the back-end client for Storj allowing internet users to rent their disk space and earn SJX an Ethereum asset. The template author makes no guarantee that SJX or ETH will retain, or increase in fiat value. This is only the Storj Daemon and CLI tool. SETUP REQUIREMENTS: 1. TCP ports 4000 open on host and setup on container (should be set below) 2. Path on host for Storj data to sit. IE: make a user share, /mnt/user/storj 3. Your Ethereum-based wallet address. 4. The max allowed space STORJ can take up on the host; remember to make it less STORJ DAEMON STATUS: (In your command line) docker exec Storj storjshare status Optional Component: StorjStat is a free community made tool for monitoring your Storj farming node(s), the tool gives you both real-time and historical analysis. See and calxibe/StorjMonitor for more information. The StorjStat API is optionally supported by using the STORJ_MONITOR_API_KEY environment variable when starting the storjshare-cli Docker container.

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Storj daemon + CLI; multiple-node in template support; monitor installed. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Storj is a Crypto-asset and P2P cloud storage service. This Docker runs the back-end client for Storj allowing internet users to rent their disk space and earn STORJ an Ethereum asset. The template author makes no guarantee that STORJ or ETH will retain, or increase in fiat value. SETUP REQUIREMENTS: 1. TCP port 4000 open on host. 2. Path on host for Storj data to sit. IE: make a user share, /mnt/user/storj 3. Your Ethereum-based wallet address. 4. The max allowed space STORJ can take up on the host; remember to make it less 5. DDNS or DNS address. OPTIONAL REQUIREMENTS: 1. API-Key 2. Additional network ports, if running multiple nodes. By default it increments from 4000. IE 4001, 4002, 4003++, and so on. STORJ DAEMON STATUS: (In your command line) docker exec StorjMonitor storjshare status

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Syncthing( replaces proprietary sync and cloud services with something open, trustworthy and decentralized. Your data is your data alone and you deserve to choose where it is stored, if it is shared with some third party and how it's transmitted over the Internet.

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Network ServicesOther

Tartube is a GUI front-end for youtube-dl, yt-dlp and other compatible video downloaders. It is written in Python 3 / Gtk 3 and runs on MS Windows, Linux, BSD and MacOS. based on jlesage/baseimage-gui:ubuntu-20.04

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TheLonge is the self-hosted web IRC client. Modern features brought to IRC, Always connected, Responsive interface, Synchronized experience The Lounge is the official and community-managed fork of Shout, by Mattias Erming. Multiple Users: If you want to create a new user simply change the name in the 'Username' variable and also the 'Password' variable, this will have no impact to existing users (the 'Username' variable can't be empty and should always have a username in it that is available on the server).

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Home Automation, Network ServicesOther

ThingsBoard is an open-source IoT platform for data collection, processing, visualization, and device management. Default Creds: System Administrator: [email protected] / sysadmin Tenant Administrator: [email protected] / tenant Customer User: [email protected] / customer Initial setup: Run the container once so it creates the directories, it won't start due to permission issues, stop it Run "chown -R 799:799 /mnt/user/appdata/thingsboard-postgres" (adapt as appropriate if you changed defaults) in unraid terminal Start container again, it should now be good after a couple of minutes needed for initial setup.

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A self-hosted Thumbnail generator/finder which creates thumbnails based on folder names and google search results. This project uses the Google search api to find URL-s based on folder names. From there is used to generat thumbnails of the url-s. Check the readme

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This docker image will install the latest current stable version of Tor server. It will run Tor as an unprivileged regular user, as recommended by It includes the latest Tor Debian package from which is installed and configured according the Tor project recommendations. Additionally it can be run as a hidden bridge using obfs4proy as well as meek. The Tor network relies on volunteers to donate bandwidth. The more people who run relays, the faster the Tor network will be. If you have at least 2 megabits/s for both upload and download, please help out Tor by configuring your server to be a Tor relay too. INSTALLATION: Create a folder appdata/tor-data/config Download sample Config: Edit the config at least NICKNAME and CONTACTINFO in the config file Put this into the config folder. Edit the docker parameters and run it.

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This container will run apt-mirror and Apache2. This allows you to create a local apt mirror for Ubuntu packages. On first run you will have to edit the mirror.list file that lives in your CONFIG_DIR which repositories you want to sync and other settings like how many threads to use for downloading,... Restart the container afterwards (keep an eye on the logs the container will tell you what to do). ATTENTION/WARNING: Keep in mind that the first sync can take very long depending on how much repositories you've selected (jammy main restricted universe multiverse: Will take about 200GB of hard drive space!). Update from the mirror files: By default a cron job will run every day at 01:00 which will update your mirror. Mirror address: The default address for the mirror is 'http://ipFROMtheCONTAINER:980' Add something like this to your '/etc/apt/sources.list': 'deb http://ipFROMtheCONTAINER:980/ubuntu jammy main restricted universe multiverse'

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Umami is a simple, fast, privacy-focused alternative to Google Analytics. Requires a separate Postgresql container and external access via reverse proxy.

SSH to your config folder (/mnt/user/appdata/unifi-cam-proxy) Run: openssl ecparam -out /tmp/private.key -name prime256v1 -genkey -noout openssl req -new -sha256 -key /tmp/private.key -out /tmp/server.csr -subj "/C=TW/L=Taipei/O=Ubiquiti Networks Inc./OU=devint/[email protected]" openssl x509 -req -sha256 -days 36500 -in /tmp/server.csr -signkey /tmp/private.key -out /tmp/public.key cat /tmp/private.key /tmp/public.key > client.pem rm -f /tmp/private.key /tmp/public.key /tmp/server.csr to create an cert for your cam. Get a token: https://{NVR IP}/proxy/protect/api/cameras/manage-payload Modify the Post Parameters to your needs. (check documentation)

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Network ServicesOther

Run UniFi Protect in Docker on x86 hardware. UniFi stopped supporting x86 at 1.13.3, so there will be no more updates. Must use Protect mobile app 1.3.8 to connect to this via UniFi Cloud on your phone. Run either as host networking mode, or custom br0 if you have other conflicting ports in use already via host mode - bridge mode does not work.

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Network ServicesOther, Tools / UtilitiesUtilities

A simple REST API to monitor basic metrics such as Disk utilization and Network traffic. Initially created for use with Configuration By default the application expects a configuration file in /mnt/user/appdata/unraid-simple-monitoring-api/conf.yml You can find an example file here ( More detailed info on the github repo Utilization Make a request to http://your-unraid-ip:24940

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Self-hosted monitoring tool like "Uptime Robot". Monitoring uptime for HTTP(s) / TCP / Ping. Fancy, Reactive, Fast UI/UX.Notifications via Webhook, Telegram, Discord, Gotify, Slack, Pushover, Email (SMTP) and more by Apprise. Fast 20 second inverval checks.

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vnStat is a network traffic monitor that uses the network interface statistics provided by the kernel as information source. This means that vnStat won't actually be sniffing any traffic and also ensures light use of system resources regardless of network traffic rate. By default, traffic statistics are stored on a five minute level for the last 48 hours, on a hourly level for the last 4 days, on a daily level for the last 2 full months and on a yearly level forever. The data retention durations are fully user configurable. Total seen traffic and a top days listing is also provided. See the official webpage or the GitHub repository for additional details and output examples. An example of the included image output is also available.

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webhook is a lightweight configurable tool written in Go, that allows you to easily create HTTP endpoints (hooks) on your server, which you can use to execute configured commands. You can also pass data from the HTTP request (such as headers, payload or query variables) to your commands. webhook also allows you to specify rules which have to be satisfied in order for the hook to be triggered.

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Network ServicesOther

A Wireguard Client place wg0.conf in Config Folder wget -O /mnt/user/appdata/wireguardclient/wg0.conf The main Reason for this Docker is to bypass CGNat/DS-Lite see more:

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Wireshark( is the world’s foremost and widely-used network protocol analyzer. It lets you see what’s happening on your network at a microscopic level and is the de facto (and often de jure) standard across many commercial and non-profit enterprises, government agencies, and educational institutions. Wireshark development thrives thanks to the volunteer contributions of networking experts around the globe and is the continuation of a project started by Gerald Combs in 1998.

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Full node of the Witnet Oracle. The decentralized oracle that is true to the censorship resistant nature of blockchains. Without a reliable oracle, smart contracts can be vulnerable to hacks, corruption and monetary loss. Witnet leverages state-of-the-art cryptographic and economic techniques to provide your smart contracts with secure data input. Without a reliable oracle, smart contracts can be vulnerable to hacks, corruption and monetary loss. To let other nodes in the network find your node, ensure port 21337 is forwarded from your router to the P2P port set below. The node is open-source, in case you want to verify the code, just go to the repository: For further reading, head youself to the docs, qhere you will find information for newbies, developes, node operators and a developers reference to help to integrate it in your project:

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Zabbix server is the central process of Zabbix software. The server performs the polling and trapping of data, it calculates triggers, sends notifications to users. It is the central component to which Zabbix agents and proxies report data on availability and integrity of systems. The server can itself remotely check networked services (such as web servers and mail servers) using simple service checks. ATTENTION: If you want to reload the configuration please type in your unRAID terminal: 'docker exec -ti NAME_OF_YOUR_ZABBIXSERVERCONTAINTER zabbix_server -R config_cache_reload' (without quotes eg: docker exec -ti Zabbix-Server zabbix_server -R config_cache_reload). VARIABLES: If you need other variables here is a complete list of all variables: