Proxmox Virtual Environment is an open-source server virtualization management platform. It is a Debian-based Linux distribution with a modified Ubuntu LTS kernel and allows deployment and management of virtual machines and containers. We will show you a simple way to setup subnets and additional IPs. Using the Robot API from Hetzner.
The Proxmox-Version depends on your OS:
Proxmox 5.x on Debian Jessie and Proxmox 6.x on Debian Buster
- Install Proxmox on your server
- Let’s Encrypt Certificate for the Proxmox-Interface
- Option to use Thin-Pool Storage
- Read the Server-IPs (Single-IP and Subnet) from the Hetzner-Robot
- Write the Network-Config
- Option to create private IPs if you use a vSwitch
Install Dependencies apt -y update apt -y install php-cli php-curl wget cd /root wget https://download.schaal-it.net/hetzner-proxmox.tgz tar xfz hetzner-proxmox.tgz cd proxmox
To install Proxmox, please read the following notes before running the script.
The directory custom contains several files that are used during the installation.
In the custom directory you will find:
- ssh (empty)
You will be asked the following questions:
Full qualified hostname (FQDN) of the server [server]:
Add the full name here (i.e. server.example.com). Otherwise you can not use Let’s Encrypt.
IP of the server [188.8.131.52]:
Make sure that the recognized ip is also the one from your server
Network Card [enp0s31f6]:
Usually, you don’t have to change the detected value.
Do you want to autoconfigure the network? (y,n) [y]:
Choose y to let the script generate the network-config.
Enter your credentials for the Hetzner-API robot_url [https://robot-ws.your-server.de]: robot_user : robot_password :
Enter your robot-credentials if you did not already stored them in robot.conf.php.
If you just want to setup network only with your current network setup used the following
You find the generated config in /root/interfaces.generated
Pull requests are welcome. For major changes, please open an issue first to discuss what you would like to change.
Please make sure to update tests as appropriate.
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