LAGG interface in FreeNAS corral

Create a LAGG interface in Freenas Corral

Ensure the interfaces are not configured.

Remove any DHCP, configured addresses.

Select Network and Create

Choose LAGG

Check the Enabled box.

Enter a description, the IPv4 address and subnet mask or IPv6 address and prefix length for the new LAGG

DHCP can be enabled and used for this LAGG only if it is disabled for all other Ethernet interfaces in the system.

Set an MTU (1500 is normal).

Choose the two network interfaces to be used in this LAGG.

Select a Protocol

Enter Aliases for the new LAGG interface if desired.

Click Save

Ubiquiti Unifi On Ubuntu Server 16.04

Open a shell

sudo nano /etc/apt/sources.list

Add to the Bottom of the sources list

deb http://www.ubnt.com/downloads/unifi/debian stable ubiquiti

CTRL+X

Y

ENTER

Add the GPG Keys for the repository

sudo apt-key adv –keyserver keyserver.ubuntu.com –recv C0A52C50

Update

sudo apt-get update

Install the unifi package.

sudo apt-get install unifi

Reboot System

sudo reboot

Open Web Browser to https://ip_or_hostname:8443/manage

Fix your HDMI output on a Raspberry Pi

Troubleshooting HDMI out issues on your Raspberry Pi

Open up the config.txt file

sudo nano /boot/config.txt

Ensure that HDMI boost is set to 4.  You can change this lower or higher till it works

config_hdmi_boost=4

If still no luck re-open the config.txt file and override the hotplug setting from 0 to 1.

hdmi_force_hotplug=1

Check that the Raspberry Pi has at least 5V of voltage. You can take this measurement from TP1 to TP2

Try a different cable

If you are still not having luck try to delete the config.txt file and use a backup.