[PVE-User] Using OpenVswitch without ethX-named devices
sten.aus at eenet.ee
Wed Mar 1 12:47:05 CET 2017
Proxmox should support custom bridge names as well - OVS allows to
create custom named bridges like "intnet" or whatever, but Proxmox GUI
does not display those, which is a pity.
For me, vmbr is a lot-like Linux-bridge-alike so I would have chosen a
different name for my bridge, but it looks like this is not possible.
Is there some hardcoded "grep vmbr" or some more detailed explenation
why there is such a resrtiction?
As I can get pass from custom named ethernet devices I am still
restrained by "vmbr"-named bridges.
All the best
On 21.02.17 14:12, Sten Aus wrote:
> Ok, as I understand, this is a "Proxmox GUI" related issue. When
> configuring interfaces file directly, it accepts custom ethX names as
> On 21.02.17 9:59, Javi Fernández Álvarez wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> We have the interfaces names customized in our cluster with ovs
>> problems. Here an example of our nic names:
>> "iface gb0 inet manual
>> iface gb1 inet manual
>> iface gb2 inet manual
>> iface gb3 inet manual
>> iface xg0 inet manual
>> iface xg1 inet manual
>> iface xg2 inet manual
>> iface xg3 inet manual
>> El martes, 21 de febrero de 2017 6:14:31 (CET) Dietmar Maurer escribió:
>>>> Can it be overwritten somehow or should I stick to only eth*
>>>> devices? Or
>>>> do you accept some prefixes as well?
>>> we also support the "enXXX" prefix.
>>>> Is it Proxmox "functionality" or OVS'?
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