Hello Proxmox team, I have been trying to provision a VM to use a network bridge all evening unsucessfully. The following commands create a working VM that is configured via cloud-init. This works great and the VM starts up just fine. However, the `/etc/resolv.conf` file contains a nameserver entry for `10.0.2.3`. I understand this information is injected when a NAT interface is configured because a Bridge interface is not specified. However, if you look in the `--net0` part of the `qm create` command, you can see that I am, in fact, specifying a Bridge interface. Do I have the syntax wrong? Code: qm create 170 --cores 2 --memory 4096 --net0 "virtio,bridge=vmbr0" --ipconfig0 "gw=192.168.1.1,ip=192.168.1.170/24" --nameserver 192.168.1.10 --searchdomain "sol.milkyway" --sshkeys /root/.ssh/sol.milkyway.kubernetes.pub #URL has been removed from this command since I am a new user and unable to post them. wget CentOS-7-x86_64-GenericCloud.qcow2c -O /tmp/CentOS7.qcow2c qm importdisk 170 /tmp/CentOS7.qcow2c Proxmox_lvm-thin qm set 170 --scsihw virtio-scsi-pci --scsi0 Proxmox_lvm-thin:vm-170-disk-0 qm resize 170 scsi0 50G qm set 170 --ide2 Proxmox_lvm-thin:cloudinit qm set 170 --boot c --bootdisk scsi0 qm start 170 I know this seems like a minor issue. But I'm doing this all through Ansible. And since SSHD sets the `UseDNS` directive to `yes` by default, this means that Ansible times out when attempting to connect the first time because a reverse DNS lookup fails due to `10.0.2.3` not being a valid nameserver on my network. Thank you for your time.