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Is there any way to proxmox cluster across subnets?
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Is there any way to proxmox cluster across subnets?

We have 2 subnets (10.10.80.x and 172.16.10.x), where I work (two separate geographic locations connected by VPN tunnel), and we are looking to put nodes in both of the subnets. I would like to cluster these nodes together with the other ones, so that I can get a central view. I can not create a VLAN between the two networks.

Is it even possible to connect proxmox 3.2 across separate subnets?

Comments

  • FrankZFrankZ Member
    edited September 2014

    IME, No.
    Assuming you cannot create a seperate subnet for proxmox, with tinc or similar, that is common to all nodes.

    EDIT: OP, Why can't you add a common tinc subnet? As I would thing that would solve your issue.

  • I've used this guide with success:
    http://www.nedproductions.biz/wiki/configuring-a-proxmox-ve-2.x-cluster-running-over-an-openvpn-intranet

    Like FrankZ says, you basically need to setup a VPN and route multicast through the VPN, and tell Proxmox to cluster on the VPN IP instead of the public IP. I found this setup to be somewhat unstable though, with enough cluster disconnects to make it almost unusable. YMMV

  • @Nekki

    Any rules on posts in a few hours? I see three on the front page I suspect he/she is trying to get their post count up..

    Inb4 @OP posts an offer..

  • @ATHK said:
    Nekki

    Any rules on posts in a few hours? I see three on the front page I suspect he/she is trying to get their post count up..

    Inb4 OP posts an offer..

    New threads don't count towards the offer threshold. Several pointless threads do appear to have been yanked though.

    Here lies Nekki. He loved massive amounts of storage, K-Pop and calling people cunts.

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