[PVE-User] Multiple Network Interfaces in CT

Robert Fantini robertfantini at gmail.com
Wed May 4 18:36:13 CEST 2011

we use pfsense  installed in a kvm to deal with  nat and port forward.
we have 2 cable modems with use 2 or 3 wan addresses.

pfsense is easy to setup  and has great support.

until recently we used pfsense on hardware [ for 4 years].

if you want more info on our pfsense in proxmox setup then ask , and
i'll look up our current setup details .

On Wed, May 4, 2011 at 11:42 AM, Shain Miley <smiley at npr.org> wrote:
> Hello all,
> I am going to be setting up a two or three node Proxmox cluster for DR
> purposes in the near future.
> I am only allowed a limited number of external ip addresses at this
> location.
> Each of these machines has a 4 port NIC card, so my plan was to setup the
> external ip range (201.94.31.x) on ETH0 and setup the non-routable internal
> ip addresses (192.168.1.x) on ETH1.
> I am wondering how best to achieve this setup.
> I see that I am able to assign multiple ip address to a CT via the web
> gui..but it looks like both ip address would be on the same bridge instead
> of each having their own.
> The goal is really to allow all CT's on any of the three nodes to
> communicate via the 192. network while saving the 209. ip's for CT's that
> require forward facing addresses.
> Any help on this would be appreciated,
> Thanks again,
> Shain
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