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    • ShadowPeo
      Check the IP Addresses/Gateway on the 10G NIC's Windows often drops the gateway on secondary NIC's if configured to prevent routing loops and other issues, if you go in and configure it, it will stay but it may take 2 attempts as it seems that its trying to get you to confirm you want the two gateways.   Also, check the Subnets, and ensure both are on the same subnet and you have not inadvertently borked the mask.
    • schoondoggy
      When you look at the network settings is the network still trying to use the 1Gb nics?
      You may need to disable the 1Gb nics and set the networking up using the 10GbE nics.
    • ChappyEight
      Really appreciate you chiming in, Dave.  Thanks for the advice to eat the elephant one bit at a time (starting with cabling and a plan to serve wifi).  I'm guessing that the cabling alone will take me a few weekends or more.  We don't take ownership of the home until early April, so I can't check just yet to see my access or lack thereof but I have a general idea of where I need to run cable.  I'm an architect by profession so once we move in, I'll likely be creating some floor plans to help me plot out my network.   Great suggestion to remember the speaker wire, volume controls, and cabling for the POE's.  I'll likely be seeking further advice on the speaker wire requirements at some point (I'm assuming you meant for ceiling mounted speakers serving as intercom and/or whole house music?).  As for WiFi, I'd much rather have the unit in the ceiling, but I do realize this will create much more of a headache for me than something on a table.   Seriously, thank you again for this advice.  I'll shoot you a PM here in a bit.   Chappy   P.S. Oh, and I'm in Brownsburg.
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      If I remove the 1G nics from the setup I cannot ping the server over the 10G nics and I loose access to the world.
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      I can confirm it doesnt work with Samsung M9T's so only works on true Seagate drives
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