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  1. Port forward to VMs

    After remove and readd the port forward for 25565 and it worked. It is now accessible externally. Thank you so much for the help! I have no idea why this fixed the issue but all info I readded is the same. Next issue I am having is getting VNC set up. I am still confused on this one. It seems...
  2. Port forward to VMs

    Sure, here is the snip picture. All ports in the list are working except mc-silvernode.
  3. Port forward to VMs

    Okay I managed to test connect using LAN and it worked. It's still inaccessible from external. "Open Port Check Tool" still show the port as closed. My friend is still unable to access to it. root@silvernode:~# netstat -pln Active Internet connections (only servers) Proto Recv-Q Send-Q Local...
  4. Port forward to VMs

    I am currently at work but I will let you know as soon as I check this out. I have replaced it to 0.0.0.0. root@silvernode:~# iptables -L Chain INPUT (policy ACCEPT) target prot opt source destination Chain FORWARD (policy ACCEPT) target prot opt source...
  5. Port forward to VMs

    It's on Linux and here is what you requested. root@silvernode:~# netstat -pln Active Internet connections (only servers) Proto Recv-Q Send-Q Local Address Foreign Address State PID/Program name tcp 0 0 0.0.0.0:22 0.0.0.0:* LISTEN...
  6. Port forward to VMs

    Yes VM is able to ping router and vice versa. I have no idea about this. I had to google after you mentioned it and this is what I found. I wanted to confirm if this is the one you are asking about? sysctl -w net.ipv4.ip_forward=1
  7. Port forward to VMs

    Hello everyone. I have everything set up with no issue except port forwarding to VMs. Proxmox and VMs use DHCP from my router along with every devices in the house. Router: 192.168.1.1 Proxmox: 192.168.1.90 VM: 192.168.1.162 Firewall is set to No. I port forward to Proxmox successfully. I can...
  8. External access to each VMs

    I am trying to say no response from someone from Proxmox team. And I appreciated that Faris is trying to help but my issue is still not solved. My server set up is just personal use because I am still learning how to use Proxmox. I assumed normally when you install Proxmox and set up VMs, they...
  9. External access to each VMs

    No response since Saturday. I wonder if someone from Proxmox team can help me here? I am pretty much stuck here. I think I am missing something that needs to be done in Proxmox to get it to work.
  10. External access to each VMs

    I clicked "Datacenter" > "Firewall" > "Options" and I see "Firewall = No". Does that mean whole node has firewall turned off?
  11. External access to each VMs

    I am sorry for confusion. These two are the ones I am looking for. I am able to access to Proxmox using 192.168.1.90:8006 with no issue within LAN. What I have tried is adding its IP address and port to router's port forwarding list and enabled it. I am still unable to access to it from...
  12. External access to each VMs

    Hello, I have looked around for external access to each VMs using VNC. I played around with handful of guides but still unable to get it to work. I think the difference is that most of people asking about business/enterprise related network. I am using Proxmox in my home network just a standard...
  13. Got some questions about my future server computer

    I have a GTX 1660 Ti in a little server computer I have. Would that work better if I put it in this server computer? Should I go for cheaper Quadro card instead? My current requirements are just Plex and game servers mostly for modded Minecraft (several servers of this) and some other in future...
  14. Got some questions about my future server computer

    That seems easier than I thought. My server computer components are almost all ready so I will just wait until the last few components to arrive then I will play around with Proxmox. I like how thin-provisioning work. I think it's really cool feature! One more question: After creating three...
  15. Got some questions about my future server computer

    I can just buy 120gb and use it for this. That's a very good read. Thin provisioning is an interesting concept. It is similar to raid but I wonder if all drives that I want to be part of the thin provisioning will need to be in same pool correct? For example ZFS (SSD) with thin provisioning...
  16. Got some questions about my future server computer

    VMs running on 5400 RPM made me realize. lol I bought it mainly for NAS but now that you mentioned it. I might as well use the 512GB SSD instead. I will have to buy maybe 120gb or 250gb for Proxmox? How much capacity of SSD (raid as well for future) should I get for VMs?
  17. Got some questions about my future server computer

    Hello, I am new to Proxmox and really interested in it. But after researching, it seems better to keep my Synology NAS for NAS and server computer for VMs/Plex. First of all, here's the spec that I will be building in next week: x2 Intel Xeon E5-2670 V3 x2 Noctua NH-D9DX i4 3U heatsink x1...

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