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* Secure access to all Virtual Machines and Containers via SSL encryption (https); (Note: VNC console encrypted)
 
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== Screenshots ==
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== Screenshots and Video Tutorials==
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[http://www.youtube.com/proxmoxve Proxmox VE YouTube Channel]
 
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Image:screen-startpage-with-cluster.png|Three Cluster nodes
 
Image:screen-startpage-with-cluster.png|Three Cluster nodes
Image:pve-virtual-machines.png|List of Virtual Machines
 
 
Image:Screen-create-container-mailgateway.png|Create Virtual Machine
 
Image:Screen-create-container-mailgateway.png|Create Virtual Machine
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[[Category: Proxmox VE 2.0]]
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[[Category: HOWTO]]

Revision as of 14:38, 28 October 2012

Introduction

Proxmox VE is simple. There is no need to install a separate management tool, everything can be done via your web browser (Latest Firefox and Google Chrome is preferred, also IE/9/10 works). In order to use the java based console, you need to install Oracle (Sun) Java browser plugin.

The web interface can be reached via https://youripaddress:8006 (default login is: root, the password is specified during the installation)

Features

  • Integrated console view to the Virtual Machines
  • Seamless integration and management of Proxmox VE Cluster
  • AJAX technologies for dynamic updates of resources
  • Secure access to all Virtual Machines and Containers via SSL encryption (https); (Note: VNC console encrypted)

Screenshots and Video Tutorials

Proxmox VE YouTube Channel