[PVE-User] NAT issues
fernando.sierra at ciemat.es
Thu Oct 18 11:56:49 CEST 2012
I think that isn't a Proxmox problem, I think that you have a problem
with your network or your master node. What is the output of "#
How is your system structure? you said that you are virutalizing nodes.
Fernando Sierra, SysAdmin at CETA-Ciemat (Trujillo/Spain)
El 18/10/12 11:51, Samir Faci (Dev) escribió:
> Yup. I made sure that each virtual device has a different mac
> address, but it still seems to be obtaining the same IP address.
> On Wed, Oct 17, 2012 at 11:02 PM, Fernando Sierra
> <fernando.sierra at ciemat.es> wrote:
>> have you go different MAC address in each node?
>> Fernando Sierra, SysAdmin at CETA-Ciemat (Trujillo/Spain)
>> El 18/10/12 05:01, Samir Faci (Dev) escribió:
>>> Hi all.
>>> I created a standard 'base' install image and then I took a backup of
>>> that image, and restored the base image
>>> to 4 new IDs. Giving me 4 new virtually identical machines. I
>>> removed the NAT and made sure that their nic are
>>> not unique.
>>> Here is the behavior that I'm seeing, and I'm trying to understand why
>>> this is the case.
>>> When I have the machines booted up, using DHCP they all obtain the
>>> exact same IP address.
>>> devcass1 through devcass4 all have an eth0 with an ip of 10.0.2.15.
>>> I'm running proxmox 2.1.
>>> Does anyone have any suggestions? I'm trying to avoid bridging if
>>> possible. Was my procedure for creating
>>> the VMs wrong?
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