Network no longer reachable

ditex

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Hi,

after i made a copy of truenas boot disk from one ssd to another with Gparted live usb, on reboot i can no longer access the nas and vice versa the nas does not connect to the network, directly it shows me the ip address of the UI but i can't reach it, if i try to ping the NAS it is not reachable vice versa in a direct way if i ping from truenas to the gateway it tells me the host is not reachable. Before the reboot I had unset on the checkbox of the ip 0.0.0.0 to access the GUI as I report in the screen but I don't think it is due to that... what can I do to restore the network? I don't want to restore to the default settings as I had so many configurations same thing for apps. Help!

192.168.0.2 is a Gateway
 

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ditex

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please help!
 

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after i made a copy of truenas boot disk from one ssd to another with Gparted live usb
Why? There's one recommended way to "backup" your NAS boot device, and that's to do a fresh installation and upload a copy of your config file. It's easy, it's quick, it works, and it's reliable. There's less than no reason to mess with cloning boot devices.

But with that said, it's unlikely this is the reason for your network problems. I assume you've checked that network cables haven't come loose? Maybe tried replacing the cable?
 

ditex

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Why? There's one recommended way to "backup" your NAS boot device, and that's to do a fresh installation and upload a copy of your config file. It's easy, it's quick, it works, and it's reliable. There's less than no reason to mess with cloning boot devices.

But with that said, it's unlikely this is the reason for your network problems. I assume you've checked that network cables haven't come loose? Maybe tried replacing the cable?
I solved the problem, with the default configuration the network was working again, basically when I uploaded the configuration file the correct ethernet port was not in the bridge (now I included all ports in the bridge for safety being the others unused).
You are right, but being a newbie I wanted to clone the ssd for safety as I would like to partition it so that I can put the boot disk for the VM that truenas running me since it is now in the traditional data disk (which I think is incorrect as a practice). Thanks a lot though for answering my question!
 

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