No Internet connection on Windows Server 2008 R2 Enterprise

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  1. phongtnit

    phongtnit New Member

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    Hi,

    I installed Windows Server 2008 R2 Enterprise on Proxmox 2.0. I installed VirtIO and Realtek network drivers on the server. However, I see there are no Internet connections.

    Please help me to fix it. Thanks a lot,


    Image on Windows Server 2008 R2 Enterprise:
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    Image of server's hardware:
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    The server had 5 network cards.
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  2. phongtnit

    phongtnit New Member

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    Please help me,
     
  3. mmenaz

    mmenaz Member

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    How is your network like? IP of your gateway, dns, proxmox IP. Does Proxmox reach internet? i.e. ping www.google.com ?
    If so, how is the setting of one of your Win2k8 guest? Let's use only one (disable i.e. realteck) and set it's network parameters properly (IP address, netmask, gateway, dns...)
    best regards
     
  4. phongtnit

    phongtnit New Member

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    Thanks,

    My proxmox and other Linux guest OS can access Internet. I'm using DHCP to assign IP address automatically on Windows guest machine. I tried to disable RealTeck and used only VirtIO network card, but it didn't work too.
     
  5. WRE-LLC

    WRE-LLC New Member

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    Try using the e1000 network card, generally it is the only card that I can enable for Windows without having to load drivers
     
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