Proxmox iso upload method

I just setup proxmox, and am testing out various features. I needed to upload an ISO so I can install an OS. took me a bit so i figured I’d throw it on here for future ref. Login to proxmox web control panel. Goto server view from drop down on left hand side. Expand datacenter menu until you see local then click it Right hand side select COntent tab click upload button Click select file, find your ISO, click upload. This should solve any proxmox iso upload questions that may arise 🙂 Update to add a screenshot below.

Proxmox IP bridge for single public IP

  I just setup a test copy of proxmox 4.1 and realized I only had one IP attached to the box. So I had to set up a bridge and forward ports to the internal IPs. So the basic idea is, we are going to set up a new virtual interface bridge in your networking file. This requires a working proxmox machine up and running. I am using a standard install, no changes made to the network prior to this. Proxmox Desired Network Layout External IP ————————- proxmox server as NAT ————————— Internal IP 1.2.3.4 ————————- 1.2.3.4 NAT 10.0.0.10 ————————-10.0.0.10   Current network Layout when we check /etc/network/interfaces we see the following : # The loopback network interface auto lo iface lo inet loopback # for Routing auto vmbr1 iface vmbr1 inet manual post-up /etc/pve/kvm-networking.sh bridge_ports dummy0 bridge_stp off bridge_fd 0 # vmbr0: Bridging. Make sure to use only MAC adresses that were assigned to you. auto vmbr0 iface vmbr0 inet static address 1.2.3.4 netmask 255.255.255.0 network 1.2.3.0 broadcast 1.2.3.255 gateway 1.2.3.254 bridge_ports eth0 bridge_stp off bridge_fd 0 iface vmbr0 inet6 static address 1:2:3:4::5 netmask 64 post-up /sbin/ip -f inet6 route add 1:2:3:4:ff:ff:ff:ff dev vmbr0 post-up /sbin/ip -f inet6 route add default via 1:2:3:4:ff:ff:ff:ff pre-down /sbin/ip -f inet6 route del default via 1:2:3:4:ff:ff:ff:ff pre-down /sbin/ip -f inet6 route del 1:2:3:4:ff:ff:ff:ff dev vmbr0 As you can see above we have a working interfaces file just with pseudo IPs instead of real ones. yours will of course have your own IP. Also, you may not have an […]