[PVE-User] Spam:********, Re: NEEDP HELP BADLY - VM only picks up IPV6 and no IPV4 once launched and there is no console access whatsoever....

Bruce B bruceb444 at gmail.com
Thu Nov 4 00:03:01 CET 2010


Actually using vzctl enter I can now enter the CentOS VM template and doing
ifconfig I only see the loop back set at 127.0.0.1 and venet0-00 also set at
inet addr: 127.0.0.1. venet0-00 should have picked up DHCP address from
router. What config file should I change to get this done?

Why is this not automated?

P.S. with an HWaddr of 00-00-00-00-00-00-00-00-00....I don't think any
router would give an IP.

Thanks

On Wed, Nov 3, 2010 at 6:41 PM, Bruce B <bruceb444 at gmail.com> wrote:

> Thanks for the input guys. This is a new system with 5 VMs of CentOS 5.4
> template which was downloaded from the template section and none of them are
> accessible. What do you suggest I should do now?
>
> I do see some errors in the log but the VMs have started just fine. Is
> there anywhere on the GUI that I can see which IPs they picked? or what
> files can I tamper that would assign them permanent IPs? My router DHCP list
> doesn't show any VMs trying to pickup IPs.
>
> Thanks
>
> On Wed, Nov 3, 2010 at 12:05 PM, "Alexander Täffner (dark alex)" <
> darkalex at firesplash.de> wrote:
>
>>  Hi
>>
>> I was thinking of the IPv4-issue.
>> The VNC-Thing happened to me, too with my problem but also with the a
>> wrong JAVA on the client.
>>
>> Can you access other VMs?
>> Can you Access the Monitor (click the machine and then go to the
>> Monitor-Tab)
>>
>> Am 03.11.2010 16:47, schrieb Tony Zakula:
>>
>> Are you sure it is not a console issue on the client machine?  I had that
>> happen to me once.  I assumed it was the VM, but it was actually the VNC
>> console client.
>>
>> Tony Z
>>
>>
>> On Wed, Nov 3, 2010 at 10:27 AM, "Alexander Täffner (dark alex)" <
>> darkalex at firesplash.de> wrote:
>>
>>>  Hello
>>>
>>> which kernel is running? Try uname -a and send me the output.
>>> I got similar issues while accidentialy using a normal linux kernel
>>> instead of a -pve Kernel.
>>>
>>> Regards
>>>
>>>
>>> Am 03.11.2010 16:15, schrieb Bruce B:
>>>
>>> Hello Everyone,
>>>
>>>  I can create VM with ethernet bridge to vmbr0 and start the system but
>>> I can't get into the VM because it has either picked up an IPv6 and not an
>>> IPv4 or because the Console (VNC - Java) feature is not working at all.
>>>
>>>  I have tried many different operating systems with even trying from a
>>> Live Ubuntu CD today and the console - vnc doesn't work period. If anyone
>>> knows a particular operating system, browser version, and java version that
>>> works please list it here.
>>>
>>>  IS THERE ANY OTHER WAY to get to the VM to fix it's network issue
>>> through the main poxmox shell? may SSH into the IPv6 address of the VM?
>>>
>>>  I don't see why the VM's can't pickup the proper IPv4 from my DHCP
>>> router. It's definitely not a router issue as it supplies many other
>>> endpoints including vmbr0 and vmbr1.
>>>
>>>  Please advise. Thanks
>>>
>>>
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