This guide will show you how to deploy Proxmox VE 5 with KVM Routing and NAT on a Hetzner server with focus on networking and DHCP/DHCPv6.
- The connected interface is
192.0.2.62/27 is the public IP assigned by Hetzner
192.0.2.33 is the default gateway for the network
10.1.1.0/24 is the private block used on the VMs
2001:db8:1111:2222::/64 is the IPv6 block assigned to the host
2001:db8:1111:2222:81::/80 is the IPv6 block delegated to the VMs
- The domain name used in the VMs is
- The host name of the hypervisor is
- All the commands are run as
Deployment and Installation of Proxmox
Boot into rescue mode and run
installimage. These are the settings for
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Normally, the documentation includes the information on configuring your infrastructure based on roles. But if you have a webserver role for all your minions it doesn’t help with the individual provisioning I am aiming at.
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Tired of always being afraid someone will hack into your Linux computer/server?
One of the most important steps is to make sure the attacker can’t log in with the “root” account.
In order to do this, you have to:
- Make sure you can “switch user” to root (you will need to be able to control your system, after all)
- Make sure that nobody can log in with root, neither remote nor local.
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