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KS2013 16GB - Should I go proxmox?


gregoryfenton
02-10-2013, 15:39
Thanks both, it's gonna be a fun time ahead for me

mike_
02-10-2013, 13:04
Quote Originally Posted by cartwright118
Proxmox it's the way to go my friend. You can have OpenVZ or KVM on one box, from one interface. You can also use NAT for port forwarding and/or FailOver IP with a vMAC.

Best of both worlds, that work 'perfectly' together.
You can't get extra IPs on the 2013 Kimsufis.

cartwright118
02-10-2013, 09:52
Proxmox it's the way to go my friend. You can have OpenVZ or KVM on one box, from one interface. You can also use NAT for port forwarding and/or FailOver IP with a vMAC.

Best of both worlds, that work 'perfectly' together.

gregoryfenton
02-10-2013, 09:37
Hi all

I have got VMs working on my Kimmi and figured out the arcane art of port forwarding for VMs.

Oh for the days of failover IPs and virtual mac addresses.

It occurs to me that I should consider running Proxmox or similar and run everything else as VMs.

Being one of the lucky few that got 2x1TB drives rather than 1x2TB drive means I can dump all my existing stuff on the second drive and go from there.

Comments and suggestions are welcomed, nay actively sought