Storj on Docker inside Qnap - Dashboard problem

Hi. Storj is recently started on a Qnap NAS inside docker. I am having trouble accessing the Dashboard. Just wondering if any Qnap (and possibly docker) Operators can point me in the right direction.

Do I have to access Dashboard from within Qnap or can it be from an external (local network) PC?
The Qnap Storj App (shows identity, wallet etc) has a link for Dashboard . When I select it - Firefox simply says “unable to connect” It is trying to access 192.168.x.x:14002.

It works fine on my qnap

Did you expose the port in Docker command ?

Hello @brm,
Welcome to the forum!

Please, take a look:

I used the Storj App that is available for Qnap. I downloaded and installed it following the freely available video. After some juggling all the configuration options were met and the node started.

if you have multiple ip’s … nor sure if that is relevant… but if you do then it’s a good idea to specify which ip you want the dashboard on in the run command… and ofc you need to allow ports on the specific ip to be open on the qnap

@brm - when you cannot see the dashboard you can find more information in the container station qnap app as the console there for the container may show any issues. If the console is free of errors it’s likely due to 14002 being blocked by a firewall/network appliance/etc.

Ok I am using pure Docker command.

What command line do you use? (removing any security bits)

Thanks all. I am pausing this post. Another issue requires attention. For that I will start a new post.

Update : problem still exists.
A better heading for this post may be “Data absent on Storage Node Stats Web interface” . Accessing the Web interface shows all the headings, graphs etc without any data. In addition it says that the node is off-line when this is not the case. I can see the storagenode container running in Qnap, and examine its logs. No errors are evident. Any suggestions on diagnosing this problem ? I can access docker on the command line and via Qnap desktop. Possibly I have some network settings incorrect - not sure.

Addendum - can anyone comment on this setting?
netstat -lntp | grep dockerd
tcp 0 0* LISTEN 25160/dockerd
tcp 0 0 :::14002 :::* LISTEN 25535/dockerd
tcp 0 0 :::28967 :::* LISTEN 25535/dockerd
tcp 0 0 :::9000 :::* LISTEN 25535/dockerd
tcp 0 0 :::2376 :::* LISTEN 25535/dockerd

Have you tried Chrome and Ctrl-F5?

Using Firefox here. Ctrl-F5 seems to reload the page.

Hi again. We had an electrical storm this morning. Power went down. Stroj has recovered and is operating normally on Qnap. Log from the restart is posted below for general information.

Error: debug: http: Server closed
2020-11-15T04:17:24.800Z INFO Configuration loaded {“Location”: “/app/config/config.yaml”}
2020-11-15T04:17:24.891Z INFO Operator email {“Address”: “my email”}
2020-11-15T04:17:24.891Z INFO Operator wallet {“Address”: “my address”}
2020-11-15T04:17:26.381Z INFO Telemetry enabled
2020-11-15T04:17:26.436Z INFO db.migration Database Version {“version”: 45}
2020-11-15T04:17:28.521Z INFO preflight:localtime start checking local system clock with trusted satellites’ system clock.
2020-11-15T04:17:29.740Z INFO preflight:localtime local system clock is in sync with trusted satellites’ system clock.
2020-11-15T04:17:29.740Z INFO bandwidth Performing bandwidth usage rollups
2020-11-15T04:17:29.741Z INFO Node
started (my node)
2020-11-15T04:17:29.741Z INFO Public server started on [::]:28967
2020-11-15T04:17:29.741Z INFO Private server started on
2020-11-15T04:17:29.741Z INFO trust Scheduling next refresh {“after”: “8h45m0.096448983s”}

Please, try in Incognito with extension disabled or Chrome

Thanks for your assistance. I suspect something deeper. My storage pool is showing .01 of 1 TB being used. Is there anything I can check to see if files are present? Blobs etc seem to be empty. Logs are not indicating any errors. Network activity is happening. Storagenode folder has not been accessed since 26/10. Just looking for ideas that may indicate a problem.

Can you login to the QNAP with the ssh?
Or open a terminal?
if so, please show result of the command

sudo docker ps -a

docker ps -a

aa280b535088 storjlabs/storagenode:latest “/entrypoint” 14 hours ago Up 13 hours>9000/tcp,>14002/tcp,>28967/tcp storjlabsSnContainer

So, the container is listening on the right port, then it should be something on the NAS.
Do you have a firewall there?

No firewall. I am thinking about installing the Hello World container for testing purposes and perhaps Portainer. When you look in your storagenode do you see files?