[PVE-User] Change proxmox GUI listening interface / IP?

Tobias Matthaeus tm at tecmedia.eu
Mon Sep 10 07:16:35 CEST 2012


Hi Rob,



thanks for your email. But that is not that, what I mean…
I think I gave you too less informations. The Nodes has two network cards. The one has 217.0.0.0 as IP and the other one has 10.0.0.0 as IP Adress.
The Proxmox GUI is listening on 217.0.0.0 but not on 10.0.0.0.


But I think it would be better, when the Proxmox GUI is only available via the private network and not for the world wide web. Sure, I can restrict it via IPTables. But I think the better way is it, that I change the listening interface / IP from external network card to the internal network card.



Thanks and Regards




Tobi




Am 10.09.2012 um 02:39 schrieb rob <rob at fantinibakery.com>:

> On 09/09/2012 05:29 PM, Tobias Matthaeus wrote:
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>> Hi everyone,
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>> could anyone give me a hint where I can find the configuration to change the IP-Adress or interface on which the Proxmox GUI is listening?
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>> Thanks and Regards
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>> Tobi
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> on the pve web page, on left side , click on the host, then  network tab.  then in the box below click on probably vmbr0 then edit .
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> Is the host part of a cluster?  If so I do not think that the i/p address can be changed with out causing cluster issues.
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