Hello, please help me to understand how to setup a HA cluster with VMs that should be accessible from the Internet even after one node fails and it's VMs are migrated and started on another node. There are 3 nodes in a cluster (that should become a HA cluster later): Code: - node01 -- vm01a -- vm01b -- ... - node02 -- vm02a -- vm02b -- ... - node03 -- vm03a -- vm03b -- ... Each node has got a public IP address and a public IP subnet for the VMs. The provider routes a public IP subnet to each node. Than every single IP address from this subnet is routed within PROXMOX to each VM. A VM bridge looks like this: Code: auto vmbr4 iface vmbr4 inet static address VM_BRIDGE_PRIVATE_IP netmask 255.255.255.0 bridge_ports none bridge_stp off bridge_fd 0 post-up echo 1 > /proc/sys/net/ipv4/ip_forward post-up route add -host VM_PUBLIC_IP_FROM_THE_SUBNET vmbr4 pre-down route del -host VM_PUBLIC_IP_FROM_THE_SUBNET vmbr4 Questions: Imagine it's a HA cluster with a shared storage (this is the plan). 1) node01 fails and PROXMOX HA migrates and starts it's VMs vm01a, vm01b, etc. on node02. 1.1) Now what happens with the VM data on the shared storage, the file system may be corrupted because the VM did not shutdown safely, right? 1.2) The interface vmbr4 of node01 must be already created and configured on node02 exactly the same, otherwise the VM won't start, right? 2) If another node takes care of the migrated VMs from the failing node, then these VMs must still be accessible with their public IPs. The public IPs and subnets can be upgraded to Failover IP / Subnets and there is a script / API for switching the IP address. I read several how to's that describe how to setup 2 Load Balancers with HAProxy and keepalived and a floating IP that get's updated automatically, but these examples describe only one public IP and redirecting just HTTP traffic. How to solve this for my scenario: if a node fails, redirect whole IP subnet and all it's traffic (not just HTTP) to the host that takes care of these VMs now, is it possible? If possible, do I need 2 Load Balancers with HAProxy and keepalived for this between the hosting provider and PROXMOX nodes, all public IPs / subnets would be upgraded to failover IP / subnets and routed to one of the Load Balancers, and the active Load Balancer would route them to different hosts, and if it fails, the backup load balancer gets activated and does it, or how to do it? Thank you.