[PVE-User] General networking question

Sierra Pajuelo, Fernando M. fernando.sierra at ciemat.es
Fri Oct 19 16:08:50 CEST 2012


I think that your proposal is interesting, but I don't know why you want to create several ports under the same network. You could connect every port to switch but I think that is more easy connect only a port and in your VMs use the VLAN tag. 

I Don't use bonding and I'm not qualifying to answer about this. 

I'll try to investigate your questions on monday :D. 

Thanks, 


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Fernando Sierra. SysAdmin at CETA-Ciemat (Trujillo/Spain)



-----Mensaje original-----
De: pve-user-bounces at pve.proxmox.com en nombre de VIDAL, Thomas (Bioversity-France)
Enviado el: vie 19/10/2012 14:31
Para: pve-user at pve.proxmox.com
Asunto: Re: [PVE-User] General networking question
 
Dear Fernando,

First thanks for your quick answer. For the moment my question is more 
about knowledge, but as I said I am not confortable with networking 
issue, and so don't want to create problems. In this way I am feeling 
that agregation will be simpler. For example when I want to create a new 
bridge with the same gateway as 1 or 2 other bridge it telling me that 
cannot be possible ! So I let the gateway blank and for the moment it 
works ! :-)

One thing is that you (and wiki) wrote VLANs. But do we need using VLAN 
is the case of bonding ? On my switch I can agregate several ports 
without VLAN ID etc... am I wrong ?

All the best and many thanks.

Thomas




Le 19/10/2012 14:24, Fernando Sierra a écrit :
> Hi,
>
> proxmox has flexibility for ports. you could use a bridge or bonding 
> ports. If you want to connect your VM to others VLANs you coud use the 
> "VLAN Tag" and works perfectly.
>
> Have you got some problem? or is olny for knowledge.
>
> Regards!
> ---
>
> Fernando Sierra, SysAdmin at Ceta-Ciemat (Trujillo/Spain)
>
>
> El 19/10/12 14:19, VIDAL, Thomas (Bioversity-France) escribió:
>> Dear Proxmox users,
>>
>> I am in the list since 2 months and using Proxmox (my current config 
>> at the bottom) since 3 months.... so a newbie !
>> I set up several VMs without any problem. But since 3 months now I am 
>> a little bit confused regarding all networks settings (even after 
>> read the wiki, networking is not my cup of tea).
>> I have 2 network cards with on each network card 4 network ports, so 
>> 8 physical networks available. And I have VMs for LAN and public VMs 
>> (web server for example).
>> For the moment I created bridges for each network.
>> I know that we can agregate (bond I assume) network ports.
>>
>> So my question is :
>> In the case of multiple network ports, is it better/simple to manage 
>> them as 2 bonded ports or to keep bridges (flexibility ?)
>>
>> Sorry for this basic and general question...
>>
>> All the best
>>
>> Thomas
>>
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