VM no network after NAS sleep

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Langa87
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VM no network after NAS sleep

Post by Langa87 » Sat Oct 13, 2018 5:22 pm

Hi,

Lately, I started to play around with Virtualization Station again and did setup a VM. It is running Debian 9.
After the NAS was asleep, the network is gone. (NAS is scheduled to sleep each night). To get the network connection back, I need to suspend/resume the VM.
Using VNC, I can do 'ip a' which prints a valid configuration for the network adapter. But I can't ping anything, neither local network nor public internet.

I got a TS-251 running 4.3.5.0722. Virtualization Station is 3.1.729 (2018-09-10). I have one physical port connected to the network (fixed IP), hooked up to a Virtual Switch. The VM is also hooked up to the same Virtual Switch.

How could I solve that problem?

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Re: VM no network after NAS sleep

Post by makar1 » Sun Oct 14, 2018 6:47 pm

hello
same issue on the same qnap device model. If anyone found the solution please share with us.

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Re: VM no network after NAS sleep

Post by makar1 » Thu Oct 18, 2018 12:17 am

Support informed they reproduced this issue in lab and they are working to fix it. we have to wait for new firmware update

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Re: VM no network after NAS sleep

Post by Barthoz » Sat Mar 20, 2021 10:07 pm

How did you manage to suspend your VM on sleep automatically? My VM shutdowns everytime my NAS goes to sleep and it's stopped when I check after Wake-On-LAN.

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Re: VM no network after NAS sleep

Post by OneCD » Sun Mar 21, 2021 3:05 am

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