Ok, sure I'm getting closer to the solution.
Every time a new one adds an interface and I turn it on, it automatically turns on the firewall on all interfaces. When the firewall is turned off, the hosts have no problem communicating in both directions.
I turn off the firewall with "pfctl -d"...
it's funny because it just started working.
There must have been some problem with communication on L3 level: /, do you have some nice source of information how to provide routing now? The last question is, whose firewall should I use? provided by proxmox or pfSense?
Noo.. still the...
This is my startup config for proxmox(nothing special)
Below I present the architecture of my solution. The problem is that the pfsense router does not respond to ping from VM1 and VM2, but when I use ping from pfSesne to VM1/VM2 the virtual machines respond. I would...
The ip address in vlan eg:
iface vlan1 inet static
this is some kind the SVI address ? i don't understand why use that...
I suppose that my knowledge about switching is strong for physical switch, but when i start use proxmox i feel a little confuse :(
Initial setup is quite simple:
2. 1st VM
3. 2nd VM
Actually i created some VM with debian on the board. Installed vSwitch from repo, and...
I want deploy snort in my VE, but i wounder what is the beast approach to do that. First idea is deploy vm with snort or something similar like suricata, but the real problem is ... how to redirect all traffic from NIC, VE from/to snort.
I imagine it like this:
Great! i will google deeper :), @H4R0 like you said i still need access to internet, but not for all vlan, just for part of them, so here the question arises. The proxmox has an internal features for NAT?
Today i did a few vm,
I'm new in proxmox and i want pass all traffic from virtual Vm through external switch, not an internal switch. I have switch with .1q support (tp-link TLSG108E), so i want use that, there is some easy way to do that ?:). I have created a few vm and i want separate them from other...