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PunkmeisterDuy

Proxmox Websetup Help

55 minutes ago, PunkmeisterDuy said:

I think I found the problem, when setting up proxmox, proxmox defaults to enp27s0 which is not connected to a network. It does not detect enp16s0 which is the one connected to the network.

So my suspicion was correct. However I didn't expect for it to not recognise the Mellanox card installed.

 

You can install a cable for both interfaces. You just need to specify the IP address of the 10Gig interface when doing file transfers otherwise if you use hostnames Windows will likely pull a stupid and use the slower NIC.

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Just now, Windows7ge said:

 

So you've verified this hardware configuration works? Do you have a Link Active LED on the Mellanox SFP+ card?

Yes I've verified the  hardware config works, and I have a link active LED. Also I mistook the network names, enp16s0 is actually the 10gbe NIC not the enp27s0

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So the link is up. It looks like the problem to me may be that PROXMOX is defaulting vmbr0 to the onboard NIC not your 10Gig. This may be why it says no carrier. If you can set vmbr0 to be a slave of the 10Ggig NIC you should be able to access the WebUI.

 

As for the other question I forgot to answer. Yes, use an address outside the DHCP range. For you though assuming you'll be setting more Static IPs you won't want to use the one highest address outside of DHCP seeing as how .2-.63 are available as static addresses. I'd use them.


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15 minutes ago, Windows7ge said:

So the link is up. It looks like the problem to me may be that PROXMOX is defaulting vmbr0 to the onboard NIC not your 10Gig. This may be why it says no carrier. If you can set vmbr0 to be a slave of the 10Ggig NIC you should be able to access the WebUI.

 

As for the other question I forgot to answer. Yes, use an address outside the DHCP range. For you though assuming you'll be setting more Static IPs you won't want to use the one highest address outside of DHCP seeing as how .2-.63 are available as static addresses. I'd use them.

Thank you for the information, I will try doing this tommrow. I have to do homework right now. Thank you very much for your time.

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52 minutes ago, Windows7ge said:

So the link is up. It looks like the problem to me may be that PROXMOX is defaulting vmbr0 to the onboard NIC not your 10Gig. This may be why it says no carrier. If you can set vmbr0 to be a slave of the 10Ggig NIC you should be able to access the WebUI.

 

As for the other question I forgot to answer. Yes, use an address outside the DHCP range. For you though assuming you'll be setting more Static IPs you won't want to use the one highest address outside of DHCP seeing as how .2-.63 are available as static addresses. I'd use them.

I think I found the problem, when setting up proxmox, proxmox defaults to enp27s0 which is not connected to a network. It does not detect enp16s0 which is the one connected to the network.

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55 minutes ago, PunkmeisterDuy said:

I think I found the problem, when setting up proxmox, proxmox defaults to enp27s0 which is not connected to a network. It does not detect enp16s0 which is the one connected to the network.

So my suspicion was correct. However I didn't expect for it to not recognise the Mellanox card installed.

 

You can install a cable for both interfaces. You just need to specify the IP address of the 10Gig interface when doing file transfers otherwise if you use hostnames Windows will likely pull a stupid and use the slower NIC.


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A Beginners Guide to Debian CLI Based File Servers

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14 hours ago, Windows7ge said:

So my suspicion was correct. However I didn't expect for it to not recognise the Mellanox card installed.

 

You can install a cable for both interfaces. You just need to specify the IP address of the 10Gig interface when doing file transfers otherwise if you use hostnames Windows will likely pull a stupid and use the slower NIC.

Ok thank you very much; I got proxmox working now by connecting enp27s0 with rj45. 

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47 minutes ago, PunkmeisterDuy said:

Ok thank you very much; I got proxmox working now by connecting enp27s0 with rj45.

I can tell you your Mellanox card will work on PROXMOX but depending on what performance you get you may want to increase the MTU on the NIC (Jumbo Packets).


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I made enp16s0 a slave to the bridge. Though now there are other problems such there is a hang when booting OS, but I will post another thread on it. Thank you very much for the support; I learned a lot from this with my first time with virtualization.  

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35 minutes ago, PunkmeisterDuy said:

 

I made enp16s0 a slave to the bridge. Though now there are other problems such there is a hang when booting OS, but I will post another thread on it. Thank you very much for the support; I learned a lot from this with my first time with virtualization.  

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I think Im getting hang because I did not install master grub boot loader.

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1 hour ago, PunkmeisterDuy said:

 

I made enp16s0 a slave to the bridge. Though now there are other problems such there is a hang when booting OS, but I will post another thread on it. Thank you very much for the support; I learned a lot from this with my first time with virtualization.  

 

Try changing that VM BIOS. If its on OVMF, change it to SeaBIOS


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2 hours ago, Jarsky said:

 

Try changing that VM BIOS. If its on OVMF, change it to SeaBIOS

Oh I already solved the problem, it was because I did not install master grub booter.

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