Here I am again,
the issue is quite simple (and was probably there for a few months but I never realised).
The promox I took over already had one linux bridge setup, VMBR0 (which I'm guessing is from the installation), I then created a second linux bridge to isolate my lxc's and vm's >> VMBR1...
Im currently on version 7.2-7 and kernel 5.15.39-1-pve
I have this setup on a dell r620. I have four network adapters. two are 1gig nics and two are 10 gig fiber connections all connected to the same switch a brocade icx6610 which has no vlans setup currently. I bridged all the adapters...
I am completely new to Proxmox. I wanted to try it out to learn something new.
I usually use Virtualbox on W10 but i want to try the speed and power of KVM.
I have been really exited about this and seen a lot of videos and reviews of Proxmox.
So i really hope i can get help to make it work.
There are seven servers in my data center. Each has eight network interfaces. Each physical pair of interfaces is bonded (OVS Bond) with Bond Mode - LACP (balance-slb). In turn, each bond is combined into a vmbr (OVS Bridge). Two different servers have one PfSense virtual router virtual machine...
it's been a long time I'm facing the same issue on multiple hypervisors from different server providers (for over a year on my self hosted servers, at Caldera Park in Milan, too):
I'm currently having two hypervisors hosted by Hetzner,
one running, running version 6.3-6, VMs only...
I'm having a bit of a pickle in the way of fully upgrading my cluster to pve 7.
Beyond having to fiddle my interface options (underscores being replaced by hyphens on bond interfaces, didn't expect that one ) and managing to get ifupdown2 installed _after_ being shut off from the world...
ich hab mir neu Proxmox installiert und eine Netzwerkkarte im Homeserver.
Ich habe probiert eine VMBridge zu erstellen, nur nach dem neustart registriert sich der Server nicht im Netzwerk.
Daher musste ich es jedes mal in der interfaces Datei zurückstellen.
Nun brauch ich Hilfe, muss ich...
Hello Everyone, I need your help
I'm a Proxmox user and enthousiast. I've recently changed one of the 2 Physical server (node) of my office and I've spent hours trying to understand why my vms couldn't get connected to the network despite I've done exactly like all the other time I've installed...
Hi everyone !
I'm trying to achieve something as the title might give away ;-)
I'm trying to join two logically distant VMBRs using multiple tinc connections.
To give some context, we (my client actually) have a bunch of servers in a hosting company (Online/Dedibox) using one account...
As I try to gather PVE node stats with Zabbix I found I can not get real port usage for physical port that faces the WAN link. Vmbr0 stats seems to show only own node usage, but I need whole link usage (own node plus all of VMs usage).
Silly question I know but can’t fond a way. Vmbr0 vs switch...
ich bin jetzt schon seit über 10 std. dran zwischen meinen 3 nodes eine OVS Bridge zu konfigurieren. ZIel ist es das ich meinen VM's nur noch ein VLAN-tag zuweisen muss damit die Kommunikation funktioniert. Aber offenbar scheint der Private Switch den Hetzner anbietet ein reiner Layer2...
We are having an issue when doing a ping to a kvm VM, it results in DUP! replies. We are investigating this issue but did not find a solution yet. The situation is as follows:
1) ping from server1 to proxmox-node (no dup messages)
2) ping from server1 to VM on proxmox-node (DUP! messages)
I'm looking for an "official" and consistent technical documentation about VMBR (not a how-to). I don't find anything satisfying on the internet... Would someone have some references, please ? It doesn't matter if it's a book or a website, as long as it's complete.
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.
on Proxmox Server I have configured multiple vmbr, but only 1 vmbr is working.
What does this mean?
This is network configuration of Proxmox Server with 2 NICs:
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iface eno1 inet manual
my problem is, that VM1 cannot ping VM2 on a different VMBR.
We've got 3 Proxmox-servers running as a cluster. Each server hat its own /29-subnet
(e.g. IPs 220.127.116.11/29, 18.104.22.168/29, 22.214.171.124/29) and some failover-IPs for
critical VMs (e.g. IPs 126.96.36.199, 188.8.131.52), so there VMs can migrate...
I have one VM running with vmbr0 (ip1, gw, eth1).
I tried to add a second VM with vmbr1 (ip2, gw, eth1) but Proxmox says vmbr0 has already that Gateway (gw).
How do I create the vmbr1 for the second VM ?
We have set up an proxmox cluster with 5 nodes by Hetzner.
After we installed the first VM we had our first issue that we could not ping all Servers.
The strange point is that we can ping some IPs and some not.
for Example. We can ping:
we can ping our gateway...