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Old 05-12-2012, 02:47 PM   #1
Droa
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Question Proxmox forward ports to a Fog server what port do i need?


Hey folks

i've been running some ubuntu 11.10 servers, on some oversized Xeon Servers, using too little CPU, and that really made me a little anoyed, as we did pay alot for thouse.

Now i've taken 3 of them offline, to try to make them run Proxmox, as it seems like a very nice KVM Management tool.

problem is, our DHCP servers are not in house, as the clients insist they had 1 each (that makes it a nightmare for me to update, when this type of update of infrestucture happens).

i want to forward all ports from the Proxmos server, into the Ubuntu 11.10 (runnung a Fog Project PXE Service), so my PXE client can connect, as nothing have changed.. however anyone know what ports need to be forwarded, for it to work?

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Old 05-12-2012, 10:53 PM   #2
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Hey folks

i've been running some ubuntu 11.10 servers, on some oversized Xeon Servers, using too little CPU, and that really made me a little anoyed, as we did pay alot for thouse.

Now i've taken 3 of them offline, to try to make them run Proxmox, as it seems like a very nice KVM Management tool.

problem is, our DHCP servers are not in house, as the clients insist they had 1 each (that makes it a nightmare for me to update, when this type of update of infrestucture happens).

i want to forward all ports from the Proxmos server, into the Ubuntu 11.10 (runnung a Fog Project PXE Service), so my PXE client can connect, as nothing have changed.. however anyone know what ports need to be forwarded, for it to work?
According to the Proxmox wiki
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Originally Posted by http://pve.proxmox.com/wiki/Ports
Web interface: 8006 (optional 443, 80)
VNC Web console: 5900-5999
SSH access (only optional): 22
Is proxmox running in a virtual environment already or is it the only thing running on that server? If its running under a linux system you could use something like
Code:
 netstat -a or netstat -l (shows everything that is listening on your linux box)
to see what ports are open on the box. Short of that you could always do some packet capturing on the back and review that (however this would probably be a big pain and should be a last resort). Basically if these ports don't do the trick I'd google around a bit more or try to get a hold of the vendor.
 
Old 05-14-2012, 04:14 PM   #3
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According to the Proxmox wiki
Is proxmox running in a virtual environment already or is it the only thing running on that server? If its running under a linux system you could use something like
Code:
 netstat -a or netstat -l (shows everything that is listening on your linux box)
to see what ports are open on the box. Short of that you could always do some packet capturing on the back and review that (however this would probably be a big pain and should be a last resort). Basically if these ports don't do the trick I'd google around a bit more or try to get a hold of the vendor.
thanks, however i kinda had a few problems about tftp, as it used 69 to listen on, and any port udp to treansfear on, however i managed, as i just redirected any udp to the dmz, if i had to make it more advance, i guess i had to read the package header, and directly it proberly.. but it would proberly cost some cpu to do so.

besides that, i only had to redirect ftp (20-21) and http (80) that i made to 801, as my "gateway/pve" server used port 80, 443 and 8006 for Proxmox, i later added a redirection in pveserver:80/fog to pveserver:801/fog so i didnt had to remember that.

now it all works perfectly ^^
 
  


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