I am needing some help on proxmox networking. I have ubuntu VM installed on proxmox and I cant get the ubuntu to ping out of proxmox to my network. But from proxmox to reset of my network I can ping out. What am I missing here?
I only have one nic card on this so here is the Proxmox network...
I am just wondering if somebody can point me in the correct way on doing this. I have a SD card
(16gb)that got RetroPie on it and I need to transfer the whole SD card to my NAS for backup then Add it to larger other SD card that is 64gb.
Right now I have MoCa adapter netgear mca1001 and I just want to know if I can connect OTA antenna to the adapter or not? Because I am just using the moca adapter just carry internet on the line right now but I want to add OTA tv to it I got Mohu Sky amp OTA antenna. Whats the proper way of...
Ends cat5 ends as been replaced and I have an linksys router on one end and computer on other end. I have 200 ft of cat5 then 200ft of fiber. I can't ping anything I can't even get the computer get an IP address an ip coming from the linksys router .
I have cables to go fiber media convertors is not passing any traffic and when it's connected to 200ft cable it links up just fine but not doing anything. Could an broken fiber not causing it to pass any traffic?
I cant even get my domain name transferred out until 60 days they are holding my business domain hostage and its pissing me off. Looks like I will be out of mail for 60 days unless there is some other way of doing it.
I am having domain issues with 1and1 I dont have any web hosting with them just transferred an domain name to them. I cant add any more IP's to the domain name since I am hosting my own servers and they told me they can only do one ip on there control panel and there was no way for them over the...
is it really worth going dual nic card on single pci or not? so your saying I can only get upto 140meg one port? what happens I have both ports in use will I saturate it? because I will have 2 100meg fiber connections going into this machine and yes this is for an router.