[PVE-User] [bruceb444 at gmail.com: Is it possible to assign both eth0 and eth1 or vmbr0 and vmbr1 to a VM?]

Bruce B bruceb444 at gmail.com
Wed Nov 17 15:33:53 CET 2010


Thanks. I was blind for this simple solution. To be more detailed one can
click on the VM or KVM that is lunched, browse to Hardware, and click on the
down RED arrow in that tab to add an HDD, Ethernet device or CD-ROM.

Thanks again,
Bruce

On Tue, Nov 16, 2010 at 2:52 PM, Tecnologia y Operaciones <tyo at uap.edu.ar>wrote:

> Of course, simply add another NIC to the VM from the web-gui, assigning
> vmbr0 to one NIC and vmbr1 to the other NIC.
>
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> Hi Everyone,
>
> I have a Cisco switch that is set in vLAN mode. The server that is
> connected
> to the switch also has two NIC cards (eth0 and eth1). Currently vmbr0 is
> bridged with eth0 and vmbr1 is bridged with eth1. Each of the eth0 and eth1
> are connected to different vLAN of the cisco switch so
> they effectively pickup a different subnet IP address. 192.168.0.0/24 and
> 192.168.5.0/24.
>
> I have all of my VMs and KVMs using vmbr0 but as a back and as a secondary
> internal system I want to use vmbr1 (eth1) on a VM simultaneously with
> vmbr0. Is that possible? I have searched through the GUI but I only see a
> drop down menu for vmbr0 or vmbr1 so there is no option to add both.
>
> I still want to use vmbr0 for public traffic in and out but vmbr1 will
> serve
> my private network needs.
>
> I appreciate some input on this. I am new to Proxmox; please detail your
> answer a bit.
>
> Thanks
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