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virtualbox, gdrive, optware, squid, bind9

PostPosted: Sun Nov 17, 2013 5:11 am
by igracgq
Just picked up as-602 and I like what I see so far. I have a an old qnap device and wanted to upgrade to a new NAS and given the price difference between ts-269 pro (with same specs, yet double the price) asustor was no brainer. I do wish that asustor had virtalbox, squid, gdrive, optware (as it provivides additional 1000 packages) or get chrooted debian with apt-get, bind9 would be nice too as a DNS server

Good job so far

Re: virtualbox, gdrive, optware, squid, bind9

PostPosted: Sun Nov 17, 2013 7:55 am
by Shawn.S@AST
Thanks for the kind encouragement! We will for sure study these tools and see if we can make them available soon. Now we are onto vpn server, photo gallery, aimusic, asportal, video downloader etc..Really hope to have even more engineering resources for a lot of interesting functions !!!

Re: virtualbox, gdrive, optware, squid, bind9

PostPosted: Fri Nov 22, 2013 10:57 pm
by igracgq
Yes, having the adequate resources is the key these days. Hopefully Asus gives the asustor division more of it. I guess in the mean time if anyone really wanted a package bad enough they could always compile from source. Does asustor have the necessary compiling tools preinstalled in order for own installation from source to work? This way I could install virtuabox, bind9, openremote, squid, asterix myself (and wouldn't really need the optware packages or chroote debian tools to install these applications... or wouldn't have to wait for asustor to develop these as packages). So would that be an option?

Moreover, I agree that developing the OS for asustor is key and like that youa are concentrating on vpn server, photo gallery, aimusic, asportal, video downloader etc. Any plans to integrate mail server or LDAP server into the OS? Also an Antivirus and Socks Proxy in the download station would be a nice feature

Thanks

Re: virtualbox, gdrive, optware, squid, bind9

PostPosted: Sat Nov 23, 2013 7:22 pm
by Shawn.S@AST
Thanks once again ! Currently we provide all the necessary sdk and toolchain in developer.asustor.com. You can kindly take a look to see if it's suitable. And we do have mail server in plan and anti virus app with 3rd party development now.

Re: virtualbox, gdrive, optware, squid, bind9

PostPosted: Wed Jan 08, 2014 11:29 pm
by Kapitein Haak
Shawn.S@AST wrote:Thanks once again ! And we do have mail server in plan and anti virus app with 3rd party development now.


Hello Shawn,

I believe the AV will be included in the upcoming 2.1 firmware release (next two weeks or so). Do you have a timeframe on a mailserver or are you still looking into it?

Best regards,
Kapitein Haak.

Re: virtualbox, gdrive, optware, squid, bind9

PostPosted: Mon Mar 17, 2014 4:19 am
by MrK
Hey,

I created a package for Squid 3.4.4 for ASUSTOR. Maybe someone could give it a go? Works fine for me but I don't use Squid daily.

Squid 3.4.4 for ASUSTOR AS-20xT/AS-20xTE & AS-30xT
Squid 3.4.4 for ASUSTOR AS-60xT

The cache manager interface (<NAS IP>/squid) has got no password set.
After some feedback or 2 weeks I'll submit to the app store.

cu
Thomas

Re: virtualbox, gdrive, optware, squid, bind9

PostPosted: Tue Mar 18, 2014 10:33 pm
by igracgq
I installed it on my TS-602 no problem. But when I try to surf through proxy via my browser, it keeps on getting me the Access denied error message. In the past when I had it running through QNAP's Squid app, it would prompt me with username/password popup and after I enter the credentials it would work... in this scenario I don't get that, I only get the access denied squid page

Re: virtualbox, gdrive, optware, squid, bind9

PostPosted: Tue Mar 18, 2014 10:44 pm
by MrK
igracgq wrote:I installed it on my TS-602 no problem. But when I try to surf through proxy via my browser, it keeps on getting me the Access denied error message. In the past when I had it running through QNAP's Squid app, it would prompt me with username/password popup and after I enter the credentials it would work... in this scenario I don't get that, I only get the access denied squid page

Okey, a few questions:
- Would you mind adding a screenshot?
- The relevant part of the log file? Or the complete log file?
- Can you access the cache manager?
- And are you using IPv6? I use a Sixxs tunnel and it didn't work because my network wasn't allowed. Not such problem with IPv4 cause all the private networks are already included.

> it would prompt me with username/password
I haven't set anything in Squid about authentication. What username/password did you have to enter (don't give me the password ;) - same as access to NAS?

Re: virtualbox, gdrive, optware, squid, bind9

PostPosted: Fri Mar 21, 2014 9:22 pm
by igracgq
Here is the attchment

I'm using IP4 on my home network

The username/password that I had to enter with QNAP's squid package is my admin username and my NAS password

Re: virtualbox, gdrive, optware, squid, bind9

PostPosted: Sat Mar 22, 2014 1:25 am
by MrK
igracgq wrote:Here is the attchment

I'm using IP4 on my home network

The username/password that I had to enter with QNAP's squid package is my admin username and my NAS password

What is the subnet you are on at home? One of the private ranges? The below ranges are allowed per default (/usr/local/AppCentral/squid/etc/squid.conf)
Code: Select all
acl localnet src 10.0.0.0/8 # RFC1918 possible internal network
acl localnet src 172.16.0.0/12  # RFC1918 possible internal network
acl localnet src 192.168.0.0/16 # RFC1918 possible internal network

If your network is a different net you have to add it to squid.conf. And how did you set the proxy? On for all proctoll (which how I tested it)?