[PVE-User] Proxmox and 10G switches

Adam Thompson athompso at athompso.net
Thu Nov 6 20:23:28 CET 2014

Try disabling IGMP snooping.  Multicast isn't something you turn on on a switch, so you probably turned on some multicast-related feature.

On November 6, 2014 1:19:22 PM CST, Sten Aus <sten.aus at eenet.ee> wrote:
>Hi guys and girls
>I am adding new 10G switch (and connect two 10G switches) and installed
>one new Proxmox node there. Multicast and spanning-tree has been turned
>on on both switches. But I cannot get quorum between this new node and 
>existing nodes. I can see new node from the GUI (red cross) and on the 
>"pvecm nodes" output, but it won't attach to cluster properly. Of
>I can ping and ssh both directions.
>Working cluster schema: 5 Proxmox nodes, 1 x 10G switch, 1 x 1G switch.
>Multicast ping (ssmping utility) working in direction:
>pve15 (on Extreme Summit switch) -> pve153 (on DELL switch)
>but not working on opposite direction (from DELL switch to Extreme
>random server (on DELL switch) -> pve153(on DELL switch)
>10G Switches (connected to eachother, not stacked):
>Extreme Summit X670-48x
>DELL N4064F
>1G switch: NetGear
>Servers - different DELL products
>Does anyone have some suggestions on that? :) I am guessing 
>misconfiguration on DELL Switch, but hope to find any suggestions, if 
>someone has bumped onto this kind of problem.
>All the best
>Sten Aus
>pve-user mailing list
>pve-user at pve.proxmox.com

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