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Little proxmox Help with OVH
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Little proxmox Help with OVH

DXDDXD Member

I have installed proxmox in my server and have got a FO IP. I tried to make a LXC container with centos template , putted all MAC, IP subnet, Gateway correctly but when i try to SSH it gets me connection refused. Checked network config in centos (container) but no luck...

anyone knows anything about it ?

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  • Did you put the gateway in correct that's usually the problem or the subnet mask is wrong. OVH has a certain way to configure all of that you have to read the guides. If I'm not mistaken the gateway needs to be the last 3 of your servers ip so .xxx or something of that sort best to just read the guide.

    I don't buy or sell any products on LET so don't ask me because the answer is NO.

  • DXDDXD Member

    Read all guides. no luck.

  • DXDDXD Member
    edited April 21

    Tried to run this :

    service ssh status ● ssh.service Loaded: not-found (Reason: No such file or directory) Active: inactive (dead)

  • DXDDXD Member

    Fixed it myself.

    Strange OpenSSH-server was not installed.

    Runned :

    yum -y install openssh-server openssh-clients

    chkconfig sshd on

    service sshd start

  • stefemanstefeman Member
    edited April 21

    Gateway for all VMs is ur main server ip with .254 in the end. Otherwise it fails. If you still need help, reply back.

  • DXD said: Strange OpenSSH-server was not installed.

    That's normal for containers, you usually don't need it because you can connect to the host and enter the container via:

    lxc-attach -n my-container
    
  • DXDDXD Member

    @jgillich said:

    DXD said: Strange OpenSSH-server was not installed.

    That's normal for containers, you usually don't need it because you can connect to the host and enter the container via:

    lxc-attach -n my-container
    

    Didn't knew that. 2/2

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