[PVE-User] Port Forwarding

Keith Clark keithclark at waterloosubstop.com
Tue Aug 27 20:59:24 CEST 2013


Well something more is going wrong now.  I cannot ssh into the proxmox 
server box now.  I could yesterday just fine.  I have no idea what is 
going wrong on this machine.

On 13-08-27 01:58 PM, Yannis Milios wrote:
>
> Have you defined the ip of your router as a default gateway on the 
> vm's network configuration?
> Is there a chance that a firewall is enabled on this vm? Can you ping 
> the ip of the vm from your router?
>
> On Aug 27, 2013 7:45 PM, "Keith Clark" <keithclark at waterloosubstop.com 
> <mailto:keithclark at waterloosubstop.com>> wrote:
>
>     On 13-08-27 12:37 PM, Marco Gabriel - inett GmbH wrote:
>
>         "from the outside" means a port forward from your router to
>         the destination machine?
>
>         That means, you need to adapt your port forwarding rule to the
>         virtual machine, else your packets will not reach it.
>
>         Marco
>
>
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>         Keith Clark
>         Gesendet: Dienstag, 27. August 2013 18:34
>         An: pve-user at pve.proxmox.com <mailto:pve-user at pve.proxmox.com>
>         Betreff: Re: [PVE-User] Port Forwarding
>
>         On 13-08-26 07:41 PM, Paul Gray wrote:
>
>             On 08/26/2013 06:38 PM, Keith Clark wrote:
>
>                 I've just installed an Ubuntu server machine under
>                 Proxmox and need
>                 to have access to port 25565.  Do I need to set that
>                 up in Proxmox,
>                 or will my port forwarding function in my router do that?
>
>             Are you using NAT or bridge?
>
>             If you're using a bridge, your router will do the
>             magic...if you're
>             doing NAT, then ... you might want to consider the bridge
>             instead.
>
>
>         I'm using bridge and it still does not seem to be working for
>         me.  I can access the port within my local network, but the
>         port remains closed to the outside.  If I use that port on
>         another standard desktop running Ubuntu, the port opens just
>         to the outside just fine.
>
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>     I mean that from a remote location I can reach the desired port on
>     a standard desktop computer running Ubuntu, after I've forwarded
>     that port through my modem.
>
>     When I try the same thing to a virtual machine running on my
>     proxmox server, I cannot get through, after I've forwarded that
>     port to the proxmox server.
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