RESOLVED: See last thread as the issue ended up being a switch and firewall config issue, not Proxmox VE. My fault.
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I have kept the trial small.
I installed a new VM on the default bridge (vmbr0) and tagged it for vlan 201 (and bridge was vlan aware)
I have installed my Proxmox host in a extra network where no internet access exist.
There I configurated Proxmox and managed the network cards.
At this time I have 1 network card with 2 Lunix Bridges
These two Bridges are for my VLANs
1st vlan: management-network, so no internet access...
hello guys I have the following question / problem I have a cluster of three nodes and two virtual machines, of which one virtual machine should only have access to the data network and users and the other to the data network and the management network.
Hi! So I'm pretty new to this and I'm a bit confused about how to make Proxmox belong to a VLAN.
I have a VM running VyOS with two virtual interfaces tagged with VLAN 10(LAN) and VLAN 99(WAN) and that works just fine and dandy but I can't access the GUI to Proxmox or SSH into it since Proxmox...
By adding bridge_vlan_aware yes to /etc/network/interfaces under each bridge network interface you can use vlan tag as usual again?
Using this configuration do we just need to add a vlan tag to each network interface for each VM so the VM;s are segmented so each cannot communicate with one another?
We need to isolate our vms so that each VM cannot communicate with one another and preferably they cannot contact the host.
We have read that we just need to add the vlan tag in the proxmox gui network interface which we have done but when we have the van tag we have no internet connection.
I am moving my home network onto a set of VLANs to provide a bit more security - i.e. isolating my IP cameras and VOIP devices etc.
I have a single PVE host (v3.4-6) with about 12 containers (all openvz). Everything is currently on 192.168.1.0. Most of my containers have simple venet...
My Proxmox hypervisor has two network interfaces on two different vlans (A and B). Interface A has a gateway, interface B does not.
I have several OpenVZ containers that each have 2 ip addresses. One from each vlan (statically set via proxmox).
I have a machine that is reachable...