Say, we have many VM in 10.42.x.y
One is on 10.42.a.b
Host is on 10.42.1.z and gateway is on 10.42.0.254
We need to reject all traffic from/to 10.42.a.b to/from 10.42.0.0/16 BUT accept all traffic from/to 10.42.a.b to/from 10.42.0.254
Say the rule in plain english,
I am getting ready to re-install Proxmox 5.2 on my laptop again. When I am configuring the management interface, I have my Cat 5 plugged into my switch and the IP address is attached to my management VLAN (in this case 192.168.5.0/24). I have also configured the ports to be a access port as well...
I am using Proxmox 4.4.
I would like to create a network namespace within an LXC container as follows:
ip netns add eth1_NS
However, upon doing so, I get this error:
mount --make-shared /var/run/netns failed: Permission denied
Does this have to do with the isolation techniques Proxmox uses to...
Hi I was recommend promox off a mate of mine and looking at signing up monthly but first I need to get it working. I have managed to install it on my debian server but I'm a bit lost when it comes to networking.
I have a additional ip i can use and I got an additional subnet will I need both...
So here is the setup I have.
A single, public, proxmox server running version 4.1-22.
It has a single NIC with a single public IP. And that is all I can get.
So naturally I am using NAT behind that public IP for my containers.
So on the physical host, Eth0 --> Vmbr0 /w public IP.