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  • Buen dia y cordial saludo a todos.

    Mi pregunta es la siguiente; poseeo Virtual Server 2005 Instalado y todo me funciona correstamente, sin emabargo requiero que las maquinas virtuales me detecten la tarjeta de red no con una velocidad de 100MB Full sino a 1000MB (1GB) Full.

    Gracias.

    viernes, 04 de mayo de 2007 13:40

Respuestas

  • Lo que pides no es posible, al menos en virtual server 2005 (SP1 incluido):

    Esta es la lista del hardware emulado:

    Emulated hardware

    Virtual Server 2005 emulates most of the hardware components for virtual machines. The emulated hardware is detected by the virtual machine operating system and appears to both the operating system and any users of the virtual machine as physical hardware. The following table lists basic hardware components and their corresponding emulated hardware.

    Component Emulated hardware

    Basic input/output system (BIOS)

    American Megatrends (AMI) BIOS using the Intel 440BX chip set with PIIX4 On-board components:

    Complementary metal oxide semiconductor (CMOS)

    Real-time clock

    RAM and video RAM (VRAM)

    Memory controller

    DMA controller

    PCI bus

    ISA bus

    SM bus

    Power management

    8259 PIC

    Programmable interrupt timer (PIT)

    Floppy disk drive

    Supports a single 1.44 MB floppy disk drive and mapping to real floppy disk drives or floppy drive images.

    Serial (COM) port

    Emulates up to two serial ports that can be mapped to physical serial ports, local named pipes, and files.

    Printer (LPT) port

    Emulates a single printer port that maps to the physical parallel port.

    Mouse

    Emulates a standard PS/2 Microsoft IntelliMouse® pointing device, but can be mapped to a PS/2 device on the physical computer.

    Keyboard

    Emulates a standard PS/2 101-key Microsoft keyboard, but can be mapped to a PS/2 keyboard on the physical computer.

    Network adapter (multifunction)

    Emulates the multiport DEC 21140 10/100TX 100 MB Ethernet network adapter with one to four network connections. In some cases, the DEC 21140 may show up on the virtual machine as Intel 21140. These are equivalent network adapters. The virtual network adapters and the network driver that controls them do not support the virtual local area network (VLAN) identifier (ID) in a Tag Header.

    Processor

    Virtual machines use the CPU of the physical computer, which means that a virtual machine has the same type of CPU as the physical computer. Guest operating systems only see a single CPU.

    Memory

    Supports 3.6 GB of RAM per virtual machine.

    Video card

    Emulates the S3 Trio64 graphics adapter with 4 MB of VRAM, VGA and SVGA support that is compliant with VESA 2.0, 2D graphics accelerator and hardware cursor, and support for DirectX.

    IDE/ATAPI storage

    Emulates up to 4 IDE devices, hard drives, or CD-ROM or DVD-ROM drives (or ISO images), and virtual hard disks that are up to 127 MB per IDE channel.

    SCSI storage

    Virtual Server emulates the Adaptec 7870 SCSI adapter chip set. You can configure as many as four SCSI adapters on a virtual machine. Each SCSI adapter supports up to seven virtual hard disks of up to 2 terabytes each.

    Sound card

    Virtual Server does not include an emulated sound card. For more information, see "Notes" at the end of this topic.

    miércoles, 06 de junio de 2007 5:44

Todas las respuestas

  • Lo que pides no es posible, al menos en virtual server 2005 (SP1 incluido):

    Esta es la lista del hardware emulado:

    Emulated hardware

    Virtual Server 2005 emulates most of the hardware components for virtual machines. The emulated hardware is detected by the virtual machine operating system and appears to both the operating system and any users of the virtual machine as physical hardware. The following table lists basic hardware components and their corresponding emulated hardware.

    Component Emulated hardware

    Basic input/output system (BIOS)

    American Megatrends (AMI) BIOS using the Intel 440BX chip set with PIIX4 On-board components:

    Complementary metal oxide semiconductor (CMOS)

    Real-time clock

    RAM and video RAM (VRAM)

    Memory controller

    DMA controller

    PCI bus

    ISA bus

    SM bus

    Power management

    8259 PIC

    Programmable interrupt timer (PIT)

    Floppy disk drive

    Supports a single 1.44 MB floppy disk drive and mapping to real floppy disk drives or floppy drive images.

    Serial (COM) port

    Emulates up to two serial ports that can be mapped to physical serial ports, local named pipes, and files.

    Printer (LPT) port

    Emulates a single printer port that maps to the physical parallel port.

    Mouse

    Emulates a standard PS/2 Microsoft IntelliMouse® pointing device, but can be mapped to a PS/2 device on the physical computer.

    Keyboard

    Emulates a standard PS/2 101-key Microsoft keyboard, but can be mapped to a PS/2 keyboard on the physical computer.

    Network adapter (multifunction)

    Emulates the multiport DEC 21140 10/100TX 100 MB Ethernet network adapter with one to four network connections. In some cases, the DEC 21140 may show up on the virtual machine as Intel 21140. These are equivalent network adapters. The virtual network adapters and the network driver that controls them do not support the virtual local area network (VLAN) identifier (ID) in a Tag Header.

    Processor

    Virtual machines use the CPU of the physical computer, which means that a virtual machine has the same type of CPU as the physical computer. Guest operating systems only see a single CPU.

    Memory

    Supports 3.6 GB of RAM per virtual machine.

    Video card

    Emulates the S3 Trio64 graphics adapter with 4 MB of VRAM, VGA and SVGA support that is compliant with VESA 2.0, 2D graphics accelerator and hardware cursor, and support for DirectX.

    IDE/ATAPI storage

    Emulates up to 4 IDE devices, hard drives, or CD-ROM or DVD-ROM drives (or ISO images), and virtual hard disks that are up to 127 MB per IDE channel.

    SCSI storage

    Virtual Server emulates the Adaptec 7870 SCSI adapter chip set. You can configure as many as four SCSI adapters on a virtual machine. Each SCSI adapter supports up to seven virtual hard disks of up to 2 terabytes each.

    Sound card

    Virtual Server does not include an emulated sound card. For more information, see "Notes" at the end of this topic.

    miércoles, 06 de junio de 2007 5:44
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    Hola buen dia yo tengo el mismo problema tengo instalado win2008 pero en el server que tengo la VM la nic esta forzada a GB por ende nesecito subir a GB la nic Virtual como lo puedo hacer en VS 2005 R-2.
    miércoles, 17 de octubre de 2007 20:37
  • Simplemente no se puede, y punto. La tarjeta virtual simulada es la que se ha puesto en otro comentario y es lo que hay.

    De todos modos, en local (es decir, entre diferentes máquinas virtuales en un mismo ordenador y el propio ordenador el rendimiento suele ser superior a los 100 MB de la especificación, ya que el Virtual PC/Virtual Server suelen dar el mayor rendimiento.
    jueves, 18 de octubre de 2007 10:54
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    Hola a todos!

    Yo he instalado un win2008 con un virtual server 2005 R2 SP1 con una máquina virtual con WIn2003 y he compartido una carpeta para que entraran los usuarios

     

    Cuando uno de ellos ha entrado y se ha puesto a volcar datos , pantallazo azul de win 2008 y según lo que he visto es por la tarjeta de red...

     

    El cliente era inalábrico, tiene eso que ver, o tengo que configurar la tarjeta de diferente manera?

     

    Sería bueno poner una tarjeta de red física más para esta máquina virtual?

     

    Gracias

    miércoles, 19 de marzo de 2008 12:23
  • Pues en principio no tiene nada que ver que sea inalámbrico, si bien es cierto que los drivers de muchas inalámbricas no es que sean muy buenos, y el driver virtual se "monta" sobre el físico.

     

    Como bien has dicho, deberías probar con una conexión física normal, o instalar el, creo, "adaptador de red de bucle invertido", pero yo te recomiendo que si puedes, lo hagas con una física.

     

    Antes de eso podrías probar la inalámbrica en modo NAT, con un rango interno a las máquinas virtuales, aunque supongo que seguirás con el mismo problema.

     

    miércoles, 19 de marzo de 2008 12:36
  • Yo finalmente actualice el driver de la tarjeta de red a uno de vista y sin problemas de momento.

     

    viernes, 04 de abril de 2008 15:49