Hope everyone is having a great day. I am looking for a server specification recommendation and if possible a provider that offer those specifications.
Here's the scenario:
I need a server capable of running 25 - 30 Windows VM. Each VM will also need a dedicated public IP (IP...
I've configured the following ethernet bond [bond0], which appears to be working when both [eth0] and [eth1] are online, however, when I take down [eth1], IPv6 stops pinging for the node but not in the VMs. When I put [eth1] back online and take down [eth0], IPv6 is up for the node but...
Server as router on OVH: a.a.a.a
Failover ips on OVH: b.b.b.b/29
Unprotected server (node for VMs/cts) on other ISP (or other OVH server): c.c.c.c
I need to create containers on an unprotected server, but so that traffic to the containers themselves or VMs goes through a...
We are looking to add some services in Europe for clients and have been scouting for suitable hosting space. OVH seems to be one of the only options that offer Proxmox hosting. However, from their many options to select from, we can't quite figure out which is the most suitable one. We would...
I try to split /64 subnet IPv6 from OVH into /112 subnets for my LXC containers.
My server has 2001:41d0:700:4354::/64 and I've set up this configuration:
iface vmbr0 inet6 static
So iv been playing about with HA on some OVH servers. It works but I need to code a script to point the VMs IP to the new node when they are moved. (I do not have access to vrack) . I'm wondering what the best way to do this is. I could write a function to query the Proxmox API...
IPv6 issued to me by SYS XXXX:XXXX:XX:XX6e::/64 (X's are redacted for privacy)
I am using Windows 10 as a testbed running in Proxmox 7.1-8
For IPv6 config:
Address: XXXX:XXXX:XX:XX6e:0000:0000:0000:1000 (you can change any of the 0's in the last 4 blocks, I used 1000)
I already tried two tutorials and none worked. Network.
Can anyone lend a hand?
Posting here both paths I tried:
1 - using this tutorial: https://docs.ovh.com/ie/en/public-cloud/configure_a_failover_ip/#step-2-edit-the-configuration-file
the commented line is there because I tried both...
I'm trying to install Proxmox VE 7 on ZFS via the recovery console.
What I have done so far:
Note the MAC address of the active ethernet interface: ip a
Download Proxmox: wget http://download.proxmox.com/iso/proxmox-ve_7.0-2.iso
Start VM and attach the hard drives...
I'm struggling to get my head around H/A with OVH and vRack. I have a small database server I want to provide some redundancy too. I have three servers located in the same region and vRack configured with a subnet of IPs. Can someone give me an example of the networking? I was thinking I...
Failover subnet: b.b.c.c/30 (+ virtual macs for OVH)
Main IP: a.b.c.d/32
mac: ovh mac for that ip
CONTAINER ip address output:
1: lo: mtu 65536 qdisc noqueue state UNKNOWN group default qlen 1000...
I just installed a LXC Container (with Debian 11) and added the generated ovh virtual mac (as always).
I've the NAT well configured (lxc container static ip and external ip) but the LXC Container is not reaching the network.
What can be the problem?
(Using proxmox since always and i...
Sorry for the newbie question...
If I set a Proxmox Cluster in OVH with each vm using failover IPs it means I can migrate from/to any node without changing the device assigned to the FO IP from OVH management panel? or do i have to update the device in ovh's panel each time i migrate a vm...
I am trying hard to configure IPV6 on my Debian10 Proxmox VE6 server, from SoYouStart/OVH.
I am following this tutorial here from OVH themselves:
According to what it says, I should configure the /etc/network/interfaces file...
I recently upgraded my pve 6 server (dedicated server RISE-1 at OVH), following this guide: https://pve.proxmox.com/wiki/Upgrade_from_6.x_to_7.0#Check_Linux_Network_Bridge_MAC
The upgrade went fine, but after a reboot, the server did not answer to ping, SSH, HTTP, etc.
Before explaining what I want to achieve, there is my configuration:
- OVH Game server
- 16 failover IPs
- KVM virtualization, multiple operating systems installed.
Now, the goal.
I have some troubles with someone who can bypass OVH firewall using Fake IPs + Fake UDP packets and fullfill...
I have a server at OVH with Proxmox VE 6 installation and also a failover IP block.
I created a virtual MAC in OVH and assigned it to a VM with static failover ip. But VM cannot ping 22.214.171.124.
I've tried several articles and tutorials but none have been able to help me with this problem.
I have to say that this tonights experience, I will leave OVH hosting for sure, and thinking for replacements for Proxmox too.
Few points about these 2 dark sides of OVH and Proxmox, both are ^ oriented, OVH does not really build a platform around users, they build a platform around whats cheap...
IPv6 connectivity on the Proxmox host appears to be working fine, I can make connections to and from the Proxmox host, for example, SSH (over IPv6) into the host and pinging the Cloudflare IPv6 DNS address works fine, but that's as far as I can get. Connections from the pfSense guest...
I have a OVH bare metal server:
Intel Xeon-E 2136 x6 core 3.3GHz
128GB DDR4 ECC RAM
3x 1TB NVMe with no raid controller
I would like to switch from Ubuntu 18.04 and Virtualbox to Proxmox. OVH provides 3 ready configurations for proxmox:
Proxmox 5 VE (3x soft RAID 1)
Proxmox 5 VE ZFS...