And for what would you need to boot up the server externally?
Since Internet would need to be connected to the IMPI directly, NethServer would have NO Internet access, and also not be accessible at all from the outside…
As I’m sure you’ve read above, Patrick here want’s to use his planned NethServer as a firewall, with the Nethserver running virtualized inside the Proxmox.
Now, If the Internet terminates in Nethserver, which is inside Proxmox, you’re simply stuck!
If you hook up your IMPI to the Internet, then why bother starting up your NethServer from outside?
There’s nothing on your NethServer you can access from outside.
You’ld need at least a second, dedicated Internet connection for this to work…
Egg or Hen problem?
I assume in nature the egg was first - not necessarily laid by a hen…
But in this case here: Show me a IPMI which can switch over the Internet in case of something not working.
I’d say my IT “legalese” is pretty sound logic!
Also, only HP has Proliants, Dell isn’t HP…
They’re good, but they’re NOT Proliants!
In 25 years using Proliants, none died before 9 years old, only two issues with new Servers, one had a hairline crack on the SAS disks backplane board (Invisible to the naked eye), the second was supplied with the only RAM which won’t work, all other suppliers would have worked. But these two were new, and HP had to fix that!
My 2 cents