I guess... you totally wrong. You setup a "reverse-proxy" with a public IP address. Ehm? What does reverse-proxy? Why not directly assigning domain/sub-domain to the IP, and stop doing some weird stuff.
So far as I can tell, your dedicated server config is wrong. You have two possibility A.)...
You are right, reverse-proxy needs to have a IP address to be connected, all VM can be routed with the reverse-proxy. The VM's itself can have access via vmbr1 (From my settings above) internet.
Yes, you will need to give each VM a static IP address (Private Network), in the...
Yes, with all IP's. Debian 8/Debian 9 from Hetzner Images
The VM Container looks like this:
iface lo inet loopback
iface eth0 inet static
address <Main IP>
# --- BEGIN PVE ---
post-up ip route add <Main IP> dev eth0...
Yes, the PVE ISO doesn't has this option, I just added since I've this option (Hetzner IP settings field). Also I want to avoid future "problems".
In Hetzner they have IP assign Racks, which means, if you are in the same Rack like example Repo from some Linux Dists. It's better to have the...
I had the same problem like you. I've hit every single google result to get to know why. On Debian 8 it worked Debian 9 it didn't at all. I sit down and was thinking, why. I stumbled on my last proxmox server (I dropped and switched). Notice: I refresh your post every day to see if...