This is very very likely a request for a production environment (this level of Netbox customization). It's almost taking 100% of @pdonias' time, so we need to start rationalizing stuff in order to keep some resources to move forward on XO 6.
If you have a pro subscription, can you open a feature request ticket? If you don't, it might worth to create an issue on our public Github repo (with all the details) so we can see/discuss there 🙂 Thank you!
Ok, so it doesn't fail with the socket error, but now it's saying unable to verify the first certificate:
Not sure if this is a plugin issue or something on my end, but normal clients connect fine.
I'm using Prosody with a Letsencrypt cert.
"message": "unable to verify the first certificate",
"stack": "Error: unable to verify the first certificate
at TLSSocket.onConnectSecure (node:_tls_wrap:1550:34)
at TLSSocket.emit (node:events:514:28)
at TLSSocket.patchedEmit [as emit] (/opt/xo/xo-builds/xen-orchestra-202310280240/@xen-orchestra/log/configure.js:52:17)
at TLSSocket._finishInit (node:_tls_wrap:967:8)
at TLSWrap.ssl.onhandshakedone (node:_tls_wrap:743:12)
at TLSWrap.callbackTrampoline (node:internal/async_hooks:130:17)"
@pdonias ok I get a correct answer from inside but from outside I'm getting this bad request. The curl gets to the ssl certificate on the net box host, but throws the 400 bad request, when doing from outside the firewall.
@olivierlambert weird, I tried the restart, because I'm doing that a lot now since I have some backup issues.
Need to move my old (very old) datacenter to the new XCP-NG Server and after that I can get to upgrading XO.
Hi @christianuhlmann, we actually already did that for interfaces. Make sure you're up to date and interfaces that you added manually shouldn't get deleted in Netbox anymore.
However, for IPs, we can't do that because IPs don't have a UUID in XO/XAPI. We get a list of IPs for each VIF and we have to decide what to do with that.
Yes the docs are a huge help when crafting big nuanced config scripts. The lead maintainer Chad Smith gave me some pro-tips as well and was a huge help for me when I was learning that stuff. Yes I agree, Xcp-ng rocks!!