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  1. By popular demand, we have set off a community-gathering initiative focused on the development of a fully-fledged Blesta module that will simplify the provisioning and management of Proxmox virtual servers. In the same manner as its world-famous twin, this module is meant to bring automation into all kinds of actions that you and your clients will be able to perform on Proxmox servers without leaving your Blesta platform. And just because we couldn’t be more grateful to our active supporters, we have arranged exclusive rewards that await all those who decide to bring us closer to the goal, and deliver this ground-breaking product to you as soon as possible. Discounts, early beta access, highlighted testimonials with dofollow backlinks on our website – whatever you can think of! Why Kickstarter? As you surely can imagine, such an extensive project will consume loads of time, resources and professional commitment. And you know us - when we do something, we want to do it right! Sharing the vision via a crowdfunding platform will help us prove that repeated requests we have been receiving from the community as of late are driven by the actual demand for Blesta modules. Join powers with ModulesGarden and shape the future together! Need Custom Software Development For Your Business? Get Your Free Quote Now! Specially for you we will adapt an application and its design to your own needs, create a new module or even a completely new system built from scratch!
  2. The all-new release of Proxmox VE 7.0 has made quite an impression on the community. This particular event, just as much as plenty of your requests for more Blesta modules, has pushed us into launching a forward-thinking Kickstarter initiative featuring a twin to our legendary WHMCS product. Proxmox VPS For Blesta will be second to none when it comes to introducing full automation into the provisioning of Proxmox virtual machines, as well as enabling your clients to manage them directly in your Blesta system. Naturally, we would never dare to forget about the choice of unique rewards reserved for our precious supporters. Multiple discounts, exclusive early beta access, or even a featured brand testimonial on the ModulesGarden homepage - what else is there to ask for? Together we can do everything and more!
  3. Hello , I tried to connect my proxmox server to Blesta and succeeded. Unfortunately, I was not able to find my template that I created with windows. Is it possible to clone a VM via blesta. Here is exemple what i need to copy as hardware config on any creation VM
  4. FoxelVox

    Proxmox module

    Hi Community, I just finished up my blesta template and want to enable the proxmox module. But when i try to add a product, it doesn't show available/assigned nodes... These are my settings: https://prnt.sc/hkdkue https://prnt.sc/hkdl62 http://prntscr.com/hkdn5x
  5. Hi all, I am opening this thread to discuss issues/bugs and wanted features in the Proxmox module. I really would like to use it but I found it to be cumbersome and lacking features with some bugs. Requested Features I noticed that when creating a service with the module it doesn't show the VM's IP anywhere in the service itself (client side). You have to go to the dashboard and click the service (this isn't obvious). It doesn't display the login info to the Proxmox panel for the user. When cancelling a service it does not add the IP of the VM back to the server (does not make it available again). You can have manually add the IP back which is tedious. Bugs There is a bug when the service is created, the first time a service is created it gives the client a user and password (e.g. vmuser1 and a randomly generated password). When you cancel the service and add a new one it sends the username via email but has a blank password. In both scenarios I didn't see any user created on Proxmox either. It would be really useful if this feature would work, so the customer could access Proxmox. When cancelling a service through the admin side it displays a red 'error' bar at the top of the page with an "X". When this happens it stops the VM but does not destroy it. If you cancel it again it destroys the VM. Questions Does the module support IPv6? If so, how does it work? If I find anything else I'll reply to this thread.
  6. Hello, I've installed latest version of Blesta together with Proxmox module. Unfortunately I cannot make it to work. After I add a server, there is no connectivity between Blesta and Promox node. Nothing appears also in Tools -> Logs -> Module log. It's a test system so I can provide my username and password both to Blesta and to Proxmox node.
  7. Hi everyone. Quite an urgent matter, someone has already done, or has the intention to perform Plesk Extended module ,proper Domain Manager and Proxmox module for Blesta? I ask before I choose a different billing panel. Marek
  8. Proxmox 3.4-16/40ccc11c Blesta 3.6.2, 30 day trial license OpenVZ I installed Blesta and configured it then wanted to use the official Proxmox module included within Blesta. I've used Google to search the forum without much luck. Proxmox Server settings: Label: S01 User: root Password: password I used to login Hostname: valid hostname that I use in my browser Port: 8006 Storage: local VMID: default value that the module sets Template: debian-8.0-x86_64-minimal.tar.gz IPs: 1 unassigned IP address When I try to activate an order on a test client with user root@pam, I get a blank box (blesta1.png) I saw on a third party plugin that root@pam sometimes works which this appears not to be the case. When I change the username to root, I get an error in that red box (blesta2.png) When I check Tools -> Logs, I just see log entries of what I've done and nothing reported back from the module (blesta3.png) Should I upgrade to 4.0 if this is a 3.x specific issue or can a member steer me in the right direction? I'm considering Blesta for the out-of-the-box Proxmox support where WHMCS and third party Proxmox modules are not developed very well by companies with customer support. Somewhat related, I was able to get Proxmox Reloaded to work but the lack of development and lack of features prevents me from considering it. I used very similar information above to successfully create a VM so I'm thinking that my information is correct and since PR addon worked, I know the communication between Blesta and Proxmox is properly configured. I feel the issue is with the module or something I'm overlooking.
  9. Hello, It seems like the Proxmox Blesta module has been neglected recently and I think it deserves an update. Other billing systems and 3rd party developers have updated their respective Proxmox modules to add support for LXC, drop support for OpenVZ, and add other cool built-in features for the client such as firewall management and backup management. I also think the Proxmox module should be updated to remove the Java VNC console and add support for the HTML5 noVNC console that is packaged with Proxmox. All of these things have implementations in the Proxmox API so I don't think it would be too difficult.
  10. Hi, I'm getting an error when I try to create an OpenVZ container in ProxMox using Blesta. On this forum, I've read that this is a default template location issue, though I don't know if I should state the whole location of the template in Blesta. KVM works fine, and the host node is also configured with OpenVZ, which is working with other web panels. B.R. - Rhys Howell - Founder - OEN http://www.oenproject.org
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