I can not access the graphical interface of proxmox

zakaria

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hello to all I have a problem WhatsApp Image 2022-05-09 at 10.01.12.jpegI can not access the graphical interface of proxmox
 

sterzy

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Hi,

to use the GUI you have to open a web browser, usually on a secondary device on the same network, and open the website https://192.168.100.2:8006 (don't forget the "s" in https and the port (the ":8006" at the end)).

If you want to set up a graphical interface on the Proxmox node itself you can follow this guide [1] and set up a desktop environment of your liking. From there, you can then install a browser and visit the website mentioned above.

[1]: https://pve.proxmox.com/wiki/Developer_Workstations_with_Proxmox_VE_and_X11
 
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zakaria

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Salut,

pour utiliser l'interface graphique, vous devez ouvrir un navigateur Web, généralement sur un périphérique secondaire sur le même réseau, et ouvrir le site Web https://192.168.100.2:8006 (n'oubliez pas le "s" dans https et le port ( le ":8006" à la fin)).

Si vous souhaitez configurer une interface graphique sur le nœud Proxmox lui-même, vous pouvez suivre ce guide [1] et configurer un environnement de bureau à votre guise. À partir de là, vous pouvez ensuite installer un navigateur et visiter le site Web mentionné ci-dessus.

[1] : https://pve.proxmox.com/wiki/Developer_Workstations_with_Proxmox_VE_and_X11
I know but when I put the ip address in the browser it shows me that this site is inaccessible
 

sterzy

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I know but when I put the ip address in the browser it shows me that this site is inaccessible
What exact error message does your browser show you? Are you sure that you added the port correctly and that you are using https and not http? Can you ping your Proxmox server from that device or maybe even use ssh to connect to it?
 

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Also keep in mind that your client needs to be on the same subnet as the server. You have choosen to install PVE with the default IP 192.168.100.2/24 so if your client got an IP other then 192.168.100.1 to 192.168.100.255 you won't be able to access thr webUI. In case your router is using antoher subnet like 192.168.0.0/24 you should reinstall PVE with a correct and free IP that is part of your LANs subnet.
 
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Also keep in mind that your client needs to be on the same subnet as the server. You have choosen to install PVE with the default IP 192.168.100.2/24 so if your client got an IP other then 192.168.100.1 to 192.168.100.255 you won't be able to access thr webUI. In case your router is using antoher subnet like 192.168.0.0/24 you should reinstall PVE with a correct and free IP that is part of your LANs subnet.
we are all on the same subnet
 

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Browsers are likely to hide it, but did you prepend the IP address + port with "https://"? So you have "https://192.168.100.2:8006"? Otherwise the browser will try to open a non encrypted connection which will fail.
 

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