[App_rpt-users] Whats everyone's thoughts on VMware sphere with dial?

Sam Nabkey sam.nabkey at gmail.com
Sun Jul 10 08:11:34 EDT 2016

My experience is esxi 6 works okay with RTCM's and as headless hubs, but
not so good with either directly connected usb or usb via a network usb
On Jul 8, 2016 06:24, "Stephen - K1LNX" <k1lnx at k1lnx.net> wrote:

> I tried this years ago with ESXI and it failed miserably. I was able
> to pass the URI through to the VM, but the audio was extremely choppy and
> unreliable.
> My opinion is it's not worth the headache, but YMMV as technology may have
> improved since I last touched this (2011'ish I think). Hub nodes or nodes
> with no direct hardware attached seem to work pretty good though, a friend
> of mine will have an RTCM soon and we'll be testing with that.
> 73
> Stephen
> On Friday, July 8, 2016, Loren Tedford <lorentedford at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Whats every ones thoughts on doing vmware sphere cluster host on the main
>> machine that runs the radios.. Then taking dial and making it a vm image
>> floating between the servers.. Is it possible that the uri's will connect
>> up to asterisk if i get them ported into the vm?? Whats the possibility of
>> higher jitter levels??
>> So far I have been able to get Virtualbox to pass through the URI to a
>> radio I would assume that it would run full duplex if it had to but I
>> really want to make things a little more versatile and reliable.
>> Reason I had asked is because i am doing work on the main frame server
>> tonight and considering running vmware across all the servers from the
>> house to the datacenter and repeater site.
>> Any advice? has anyone done anything similar?
>> Loren Tedford (KC9ZHV)
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