1 minute read.Last Modified 2022-12-07 12:08 EST
Because TrueNAS is both Open Source and complicated, the massive user community often creates recommendations for specific hardware or environments. User-created recommendations can be added in this location, but be aware these are provided “as-is” and are not officially supported by iXsystems, Inc.
- /etc/hosts IP Persistence
- Legacy Engine (11.3) Replication
- Configuring a 3rd Party VPN service on TrueNAS
- Setting ACL Permissions for Jailed Applications
- Setting SMB ACLs on Legacy FreeNAS systems
This article describes the process of mapping host or domain names on TrueNAS CORE.
This article describes legacy replication on FreeNAS or TrueNAS 11.3
This article describes how to configure OpenVPN client on TrueNAS 12.0.
This article describes how to configure ACL permissions for jailed applications on TrueNAS CORE.
This article only applies to versions of FreeNAS or TrueNAS released before 12.0 TrueNAS uses Samba to share pools using the Microsoft SMB protocol. SMB is built into the Windows and macOS operating systems and most Linux and BSD systems pre-install an SMB client to provide support for the SMB protocol. The SMB protocol supports many different types of configuration scenarios, ranging from simple to complex. The complexity of the scenario depends on several factors: