On Thursday I released an article detailing how to get Proxmox setup and also how to configure networking with IPv6. However that article got long and I just said I would address the firewall in the future. Well, that’s today because I need to get the configuration stuff written down before I forget. In addition to the firewall there are some other security house keeping items for a new proxmox install, that includes disabling the root account and using sudo and changing the default SSH port. So let’s go.

The base OS under Proxmox is Debian. Debian is great and it is lighter-weight than Ubuntu so I am all for using it.

If you are already somewhat comfortable with Proxmox and Debian configuration and just prefer I get to the point then (more…)

After beating my head against the wall over the course of many hours I have finally figured out how to get Proxmox working quite well on my cheap KimSufi server… with IPv6.

The goal of this article is to document (with varying levels of detail) how to go from a fresh KimSufi, OVH, or SoYouStart server to a running standalone Proxmox node with both IPv6 public networking as well as an internal VM/Container network.

Before we get going, (more…)