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question about network card


freshwire
04-08-2009, 18:12
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^ That looks amazingly cool

Now what this forum needs is some more amazing bbcodes!

Myatu
04-08-2009, 18:10
Talk about upping post count...

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freshwire
04-08-2009, 17:20
Quote Originally Posted by DedicatedPros
Heh do I seem like a female? MSN me on support@dedicatedpros.com
Well you never know

DedicatedPros
04-08-2009, 17:18
Quote Originally Posted by monkey56657
Karen Z. is offering live support on your website. Is this you? I wanted to talk to you
Heh do I seem like a female? MSN me on support@dedicatedpros.com

freshwire
04-08-2009, 17:16
Quote Originally Posted by DedicatedPros
lol
Karen Z. is offering live support on your website. Is this you? I wanted to talk to you

DedicatedPros
04-08-2009, 17:07
lol

freshwire
04-08-2009, 16:51
I must make this post to increase my post count despite it being pointless

DedicatedPros
04-08-2009, 13:37
From what I've seen some of the OVH forums are pretty dead, I know the Polish one is very active but that's because all Polish techies have a thing for forums We're a nation that only cares about our forum rank and post count (seriously it gets pretty competitive here sometimes)

rickyday
04-08-2009, 13:30
Quote Originally Posted by Neil
Zitanix, please can you keep the number of topics down as many of them overlap and also I see you are running VMware and that your server is under a Italian Nic Handle so I am unsure why you are on the UK forums?
Perhaps the English are more helpful than the Italians? either that or we have more patience and are more immune to spam

Neil
03-08-2009, 10:48
Zitanix, please can you keep the number of topics down as many of them overlap and also I see you are running VMware and that your server is under a Italian Nic Handle so I am unsure why you are on the UK forums?

freshwire
03-08-2009, 01:46
4. learn monkey-talk

DedicatedPros
03-08-2009, 01:11
Quote Originally Posted by Andy
1.
2. Stick with a piece of software and understand how it works.
3. LEARN ENGLISH.

Kthxbai.
Truly spoke for all of us

Andy
02-08-2009, 23:57
Quote Originally Posted by zitanix
im do thats
but still when i start any VM
server is down...
1.
You can't use the bridged mode with any virtualization SW on OVH, as multiple MAC addresses will kick your server off the network.
2. Stick with a piece of software and understand how it works.
3. LEARN ENGLISH.

Kthxbai.

zitanix
02-08-2009, 22:54
No... You can't use the bridged mode with any virtualization SW on OVH, as multiple MAC addresses will kick your server off the network. You can only use routed modes. For XEN see http://ovhwiki.com/index.php/Xen
im do thats
but still when i start any VM
server is down...

zitanix
02-08-2009, 22:16
you are *still* using the wrong netmask for your failover IPs...
what is correct netmask?

Myatu
02-08-2009, 21:52
Quote Originally Posted by derchris
You are jumping from VMWare 1.x to VMWare 2.x, and now Xen.
I think you should first try and get a better understanding of what you want to achive, and not open another useless thread after the other.
+1 -- It's getting a bit tiresome...

derchris
02-08-2009, 19:27
You are jumping from VMWare 1.x to VMWare 2.x, and now Xen.
I think you should first try and get a better understanding of what you want to achive, and not open another useless thread after the other.

Myatu
02-08-2009, 19:08
No... You can't use the bridged mode with any virtualization SW on OVH, as multiple MAC addresses will kick your server off the network. You can only use routed modes. For XEN see http://ovhwiki.com/index.php/Xen

And even though you're not going to use them like this in routed mode, you are *still* using the wrong netmask for your failover IPs...

zitanix
02-08-2009, 17:26
Hi
im using XEN
please see my ifconfig this is correct and ready to use for XEN ?