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  1. Multiple private networks using single network card

    Just asking, would this approach work as fallback in case of trying changes in networking remotely? With working config, make backup: cp /etc/network/interfaces /etc/network/interfaces.workingOld Than make changes (using gui, or editing files directly). And than: Run in screen (or other...
  2. Multiple private networks using single network card

    Hi, I have installed proxmox with single private lan sgment (10.1.0.*). On my private network I would like to have multiple vlans with different private lan IP ranges. i.e. 192.168.1.* for guests, seeing some VMs, 10.1.0.* for voip related VMs and 10.2.0.* for some othr VMs. How can b this...
  3. Migrating to new server

    I have restored vm (/etc/pve/qemu-server/105.conf), than copied backup to new server (/var/lib/vz//dump/...). Than running restore via gui, setting storage to local-zfs (new srver is using zfs. Old one was using single disk, with lvm; i.e. lvm-local). Seems working. Thanks for advice.
  4. Migrating to new server

    What is meant under "backup the etc"? I imagine that I would do full diff on /etc. Is it right approach? I am afraid that blindly doing rsync (replacing new, empty, server with /etc from older machine (older proxmox version) would do a bit of mess and perhaps harm. Another question, does backup...
  5. Migrating to new server

    Hello, we had evaluated proxmox in development for a while. We have proxmox 5.4 on server, which we would like to "delete". We have obtained new HW and installed clean proxmox 7.1. We would like to migrate some VM machines from former hw to new one. Is there any easy/stright-forward solution...

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