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Piskota

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Hi All

What is the Hyper-V Appliance maximum interface speed?
I install a Windows Server in Hosting Provider, and the maximum download without Control ~800Mbit/s, with Control ~150Mbit/s.
When I enabled webfilter,intouson system,virus scan etc the max download speed ~30-40 Mbit/s
The phisical server has 2*XeonE5 (6/12 cores) and 32GB RAM.
I hosted the virtual appliance 4 core processors and 4GB RAM.

please help
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silars

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You are more likely running into another resource limitation than interface speed.

What is the CPU utilization of the appliance during these tests? What does System Center say about the VM stats?

I'm using ESXi 5.1 and easily get my full 90Mbps (30% CPU utilization) with Intrusion Protection on. No Cobion and no virus scanning.
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I check my hyper-v settings and when i disabled virtual machines queues the internet speed ~220Mbps
The cpu utilization with two virtual CPUs is 25% with Intrusion Protection and disabled virus scanning
when i stopped hyper-v and configure the server direct connect to the internet this my speedtest result:
http://www.speedtest.net/result/2764969216.png

I see in the beta forum, the 8.0 version not support the hyper-v 2012 integration services, and the Control VM virtual network card run reduced mode.
Maybe thats the problem,I dont know

I hope the integration services problem fixed the next release.
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silars

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Nice connectivity. I'm jealous.

There are definitely some optimizations that are missed in a virtualized environment. If you are using Intel E5 chips, they apparently have some nice Network Processor features that enterprise VM routers (Vyatta, Cisco, Juniper, etc.) are making use of to get massive forwarding capabilities in baremetal configurations vs. VMs.

Perhaps Kerio has similar limitations.
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