97 Magenta

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  • in reply to: Select profile at boot time #65976
    97 Magenta
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    Subscription is linked to Mac address of your NIC (If I have a good understanding)

    So if you’re in VM installation you have to check Mac address given to your network cards are still the same.

    On my side i’m on proxmox VM so I copy paste MAC address number to the virtual nic in prox mox when restore or reinstall.

    Proxmox also give me the ability to have backup VM of my Zeroshell VM to switch to in case of problem.

    From the console you can get in profile manager, you might be able to do something there ?

    Nicolas

    in reply to: Profile Restore and Packages issue (with work arround) #65975
    97 Magenta
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    Hello

    No it’s still ok
    But as it’s a fresh new install those package are not available on the installation and before restoring the profile internet connection is not available, it’s certainly why we get this. It should automatically download, install and activate the package upon profile restoring but I’m not sure ZS is intended to do so.
    Everything is back in order after internet connection is back and I reinstall.

    Nicolas

    in reply to: Proxmox Zeroshell and Vlan #65965
    97 Magenta
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    Hello Everybody
    So after a long Period Test I can say Zeroshell, Proxmox and Vlan works like a charm.
    Proxmox 5.3 ZS 3.9.0 / 64-Bit Kernel 4.14.83 (I’ve just upgraded today to 3.9.3 and proxmox 6.1)
    To be simple :
    the PC is a Dell T5400 dual xeon quadcore 2,83. NIC is Intel PRO1000 quadport ethernet 1gb
    the vm is set with 1 socket /4core / configured as host cpu (so ZS can actually see what the physical CPU are)
    3GB HDD, 4GB Ram, All Network interface are virtio with multiqueue as 4 (tested and work really faster than e1000)
    All VLAN are set in ZS so easy to change when needed. Dhcp on each Vlan and Firewall.
    ETH00 for Management
    ETH01 Internal network with 14 VLANs and DHCP on each
    ETH02 External Connection to Orange Livebox to Internet

    The machine is also hosting a VM with Win 7 and work fine.

    Voilà 🙂
    hope you’re all fine

    Nicolas

    • This reply was modified 1 year, 9 months ago by 97 Magenta. Reason: added info
    in reply to: Port forwarding #64493
    97 Magenta
    Participant

    The solution is in “Virtual server” page (TCP/UDP Port Forwarding)
    🙂
    Nicolas

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