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2012 Hyper-V Settings for Network Interfaces.

Discussion in '3CX Phone System - General' started by egiblockDM, Sep 3, 2014.

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  1. egiblockDM

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    we have a 2012 r2 Hyper-V host running a 2008r2 guest with the 3CX installed on it.

    we are running into audio problems / jitter and i'm double checking all of the settings.

    for the 2012 r2 host inside Hyper-V
    Network Adapters -> Hardware Acceleration
    should Virtual Machine Queue be enabled?
    what about IPSec task offloading?

    thoughts ?
     
  2. pj3cx

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    Hi there,
    Did you follow all steps described on : http://www.3cx.com/docs/installing-microsoft-hyper-v/
     
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  3. egiblockDM

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    yes, but it doesn't mention anything about the 'advanced network settings'

    the other thing that i have noticed is that the time service on the guest (w32time) is not running. when i run the service i get the Local CMOS Clock time and not the Virtual Host time...

    When Administrative Command prompt run “w32tm /query /source”
    The Result should be “VM IC Time Synchronization Provider”
    What I Get
    Local CMOS Clock

    2012 r2 Hyper-V Host
    2008 r2 guest os with Integration services.


    i've tried many things to get the correct time on the guest as mentioned on the setup, but still no luck. It always points to the Local CMOS.
     
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