Hello all! Having some conceptual questions on setting up pfSense with Proxmox.
Is vtnet0/1 referring to the pfSense VM vNIC interfaces for WAN/LAN?
When we create two linux bridges on proxmox - is that considered to be on the physical host?
In this screenshot, how is eth1 defined for the...
I'm new to Proxmox and I'm discovering. Until today I was on kvm-qemu / virsh on CentOS 7.
My test server is in Virtual Environment 6.2-4.
Here is how I work on my current setup:
- I've N VLAN (1, 2 and 3 for example)
- I've my physical interfaces with configuration to bonding ...
I cannot seem to get DHCP to work - looks like the packages are not forwarded - to either a VM or a container in Proxmox, using Linux Native Bridge. It does however work if I have the same configuration using OVS. Proxmox is running as an instance inside ESXi 7.0.
I am trying to dial PPPoE from a guest VM, but I don't see the concentrator when using the bridged setup?? The only thing that works for me is to passthrough a real NIC to the VM. Doesn't matter which VM OS I use (tried linux, windows, and mikrotik), or virtual NIC type (tried E1000 and Realtek)...
I am new to promox but not to virtualisation with libvirt in general. I have a promox server 6.1 with VMs on it that uses public IPs trough the bridge (OVH). Everything works like a charm except the source ip from the VM standpoint is always the hypervisor bridge IP and not the...
New to Proxmox here. I've read through the Network Configuration doc and have even successfully implemented Proxmox VE management IP with VLAN aware Linux bridge as per the docs. I'm simply trying to understand how this works 'behind the scenes'
iface lo inet loopback
I need your help with my possible easy case (maybe not).
I bought dedicated server with multiple IP (20 IPv4), they are assigned on eth0.
Distributive Debian 10:
I provide example for only one address, default config was:
# The loopback network interface
iface lo inet...
After default install of Proxmox VE 6.1, I try to set networks, but not working.
My host PC have only 1 gigabit network card (enp3s0), connected to router/switch/internet. No IPV6 currently used.
That Proxmox host have internet access, updated packages, etc. This all fine.
I have a proxmox setup with 4 nics.
1 is currently the management interface. ( connected to enp2s0f0 )
2 are bonded to a vmbr = LAN, ( connected to ens1 and ens2 )
1 vmbr = WAN, ( connected to enp2s0f1, which is connected into my homenetwork for now, later on will become dmz. ( 129.168.178.x )...
So I've installed PVE 6.1-7 on top of Debian 10 (Buster).
I used to run PVE 5 earlier that I had installed with the ISO and I did try that with the current version but unfortunately the installer didn't work for some reason.
So with the Debian installation comes the fact that the network...
I want to achieve following task:
1) Have multiple VLANs (1000+) that are separate from each other
2) Be able to create CTs in those VLANs BUT they are not supposed to talk to each other (cross VLAN) and/or snoop any traffic that is not in their respective VLANs
3) Be able to...
I have a 3 node cluster setup in production. Recently we discovered a problem where fragmented UDP packets
were being dropped somewhere along the way from our vm's. Finally we tracked to culprit down, and it
was the fact that proxmox had set
net.bridge.bridge-nf-call-ip6tables = 1...
I want to utilize IPs pointing to my server.
Some of them are failover IPs, that are set to my server and can be redirected to other machines in case of dedicated machine failure.
What I want to do is setting up IP address and gateway to my second Network Device, but I get default...
For some reasons I need to setup one of my VM (Netxdom-Prod) as 192.168.1.28 targeting my ISP's internet box (192.168.1.1) whereas in the same time my proxmox is running as 192.168.0.18 through a manageable switch linked to my main router (synology RT1900ac 192.168.0.1)
The goal is to have one node running Proxmox VE 6.1 hosting 4 VMs (Debian 10/Ubuntu 18) each utilizing one of the 5 physical ethernet ports (2 NICs). Setting all VMs to vmbr0 (NIC1) on enp3s0 works, but when I create a virtual bridge for each ethernet port (NIC2), no VM can be pinged from...
I'm facing an issue that VMs failed to boot due to bridge not found.
Here is the error message
And here is my config
I also noticed that every time I applied the network configuration change, all the VMs will lose connection. I have to reboot them or the PVE host to bring...
In my proxmox network configuration, I have 4 LACP bonded interface as follows.
bond0 -> for management
bond1 -> for cluster network
bond2 -> storage
bond3 -> external
All of those connected to juniper switch and carry multiple vlans. I need some of that VLAN on my pve host as well as...
I have installed Proxmox on a Hetzner dedicated Server. Basically I want run multiple web servers in Linux Containers (LXC). Right now all the continuers are Ubuntu 19.04 Containers.
In sum I have three public IPs.
IP1: 88.198.38.xxx (root IP)
IP2: 188.8.131.52xx (additional IP1)
I am currently trying to setup a simple bridge between 2 VMs with windows.
I created the following bridge:
And then assigned network card to the VM with that bridge on the hardware. I have been trying to ping between my VMs with the model intel E1000, and it has been no possible...
I'm trying to figure out how I could install a pfSense VM and make it HA. I have a ceph cluster of 4 nodes (but there will be nodes added regularly), so I can give each node a public IP address on one of it's ethernet ports. Creating a bridge and adding that to the pfSense VM will give me a...