I had an issue like that with my X9 board and Server 2016, it would lock up and the kvm console wouldn't display (although I could browse the ipmi webpages just fine). I'd hit reset on ipmi/kvm console and it would reboot and come back up. I ended up replacing the processor, from an E3-1220 to...
Hi, have you done any more research on this? I have something similar. I'm not sure which was the deciding factor but after upgrading Proxmox from 5.1.41 to 5.1.46 and also upgrading my SAN software (Starwind SAN) to the latest version I started getting these errors. I originally was running...
What's after the pfsense? The IP on the WAN interface is not a public one. Do you have proxmox nested ontop of a ESXi VM?
edit: ah you just want the pfsense to be a firewall between your VMs and not out to the internet. In that case you may have to uncheck "Block private networks and...
Not sure if this is the proper way but this works for me
iface vmbr2 inet static
pre-up ifconfig eth2 mtu 9000
If you can ping pfsense and not the internet, it sounds like you have to configure pfsense to allow traffic to the internet from the internal IP network to the WAN network by assigning a static route in pfSense and also allowing it through the firewall. In my case I have a /30 network inbetween...
So are you assigning vmbr1 to a CT or VM and it can't connect to pfsense? In the CT/VM is it assigned to the same 192.168.93.0/24 network? You said there's no internet access but can you ping 192.168.93.131 or 192.168.93.2?
I don't have that issue on my containers that have two NICs, but all of my containers that have two NICs are mostly CentOS with some Debian (my Ubuntu ones only have one NIC). I have two tables in /etc/iproute2/rt_tables (one for each interface) with pre-up commands for routes and rules on each...
I wish I could remember what I did because I did have the Code 43 on the GT 730 when I first tried to get it installed. I know I tried the hv_vendor_id fix but I just looked now and it's the default (proxmox). I would try it anyway, but boot into safe mode and then remove the video card from...
Mobo: Supermicro X8DT6
--GT 730 (passthru to Win10, UEFI)
--Radeon 4350 (passthru to Ubuntu 16.04, non-UEFI)
--Radeon X1300 (console only)
CPU: X5660 x2
For what it's worth I couldn't get two UEFI cards working at the same time. I had a Radeon 6350 that worked UEFI in Win10 but if I...
I've sucessfully run a GT 710 and GT 730 in a Windows 10 VM. Right now I have a GT 730 on 376.33 drivers on Windows 10 Pro.