I want to thank you for the videos they are great… Okay buttering up is over lol.
I have been using your videos to setup my environment. Typically I miss stuff and have to watch them more than once (probably the case here as well)
I have (2) XCP-ng servers set up each with dual port 10GB NICs. I just got my FreeNAS server setup with a single dual port 10GB NIC. The servers are directly connected to the FreeNAS server. Here is where I am getting confused and lost a little. When I configured the IP Addresses on the FreeNAS server I was under the impression that each port on the NIC needed its own IP is this True? If so I was forces to give 1 port a XXX.XXX.225.60 ip and the 2nd port XXX.XXX.226.65 ip. Does this sound right? Cause of this each XCP01 has a storage ip of XXX.XXX.225.50 and XCP02 is XXX.XXX.226.55.
This config got the XCP’s talk to FreeNAS. How does this complicate the migrations from host to host?
This morning after trying to wing it on the NFS setup and failing I watched the video on how to setup a NFS Share on FreeNAS and found out I was completely off (Again THANKS for the great videos). But when I got to the point of configuring the Storage on the XCP side I got this error "
SR_BACKEND_FAILURE_73(, NFS mount error [opterr=mount failed with return code 32], )". Watched the video again stopping and configuring with the video. And the same thing
XCP-ng version 7.6
FreeNAS version 11.2
Host Server’s HP DL360 G5 with HP 10GB nic’s
FreeNAS Supermicro with Mellanox Connects X2
Anything else needed please ask I will reply as best I can.
Thanks in Advaced…