I created a second bridge (as you can see in the attached pictures)
with the purpose of using it linking VMs that will be using NAT
to access Internet, but I don't know what to do next.
I am also attaching a screenshot of interfaces file located in the folder /etc/network
of my Proxmox...
I would like to setup a NAT bridge as you can see in the attached picture,
but the documentation here https://cyberpersons.com/2016/07/27/setup-nat-proxmox/
suggests that I need to reboot the host server so I was wondering if it is mandatory.
BTW Is that documentation valid for Proxmox 5.0-30?
I recently enabled SPICE as a Display driver in a Ubuntu 18 guest
as it is mentioned here https://pve.proxmox.com/wiki/SPICE
but the SPICE option appear disabled in the PROXMOX Console dropdown menu.
What else I need to do to have it working?
I went ahead and started assigning private IPs to the VMs.
Now my problem is how do I give them Internet access to download updates.
According to this link this can't be done from the GUI
Any suggestion? Am I correct? I am using Proxmox 5.2
We are currently setting up public IPs to some of the VMs we are creating
but we have been wondering if it could be better to use private ones
taking in count that they will speak to each other for consulting data.
(i.e. vm1: web server, vm2: db server)
In other words: Do using private IPs have...
I am currently using Promxmox 5.2 and have problems with the shutdown command from the Proxmox web interface.
I have the impression that the Windows VM don't receive the command or it does not report back the status to Proxmox itself, so I was wondering what is the recommended way for handling...
Someone asked me today if there is a way to recreate in Proxmox
the security groups feature available in AWS
Thanks for your patience on giving the indications for making LVM configuration.
I finally got that part working as you can see in this picture
However I still can't install Proxmox as you can see...
I was following this tutorial to install Proxmox in my laptop
and got stuck in this screen
so I am looking for someone that can help me to finish this installation
I am trying to install Proxmox on my laptop so I started following this tutorial https://pve.proxmox.com/wiki/Install_Proxmox_VE_on_Debian_Jessie
and now I am kind of stuck.
I need some help with the LVM thing as you can see on this picture...
It seems that I am having the same problem described on this thread https://forum.proxmox.com/threads/problems-booting-from-usb-stick.29059/
however I am using Proxmox 4.2 on a HP 6460b laptop that came with Windows 7 preinstalled.
Finally got the install process working using another Windows software for saving the ISO image to my USB flashdrive.
Unfortunately despite the install process finished completely I am now getting a 3F0 (Boot Device not Found) Hard disk error
on my HP 6460b laptop.