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General Discussion / Express version limitations
« on: February 09, 2017, 03:06:38 PM »
There's conflicting information on the limitations of the Express version of Wanos. For starters I can't find detailed list anywhere, just bits of information scattered around. The closest I could find is the products page which just lists it's support for PtP only and 2/20 Up/Down speed limit:

However, when I try to use the Express version it's saying the limit is 1/10 Up/Down (v3.2.2 64-bit Express 1/10, ubuntu).

Can you confirm which is correct or if I'm missing something?

Troubleshooting / WANOS OVA/VHD differences
« on: April 08, 2015, 06:24:49 PM »
Been using WANOS 2.0.5 on ESXi and Hyper-V using the OVA and VHD downloads.

I noticed there are a significant number of differences between these images.
OVA Image:
Core 5.3
kernel 3.8.13-tinycore #2511 SMP Fri Oct 18 14:41:41 UTC 2013 i686 GNU/Linux
Max memory: 3113688 (~3,041MB)
Includes modules:
- vmxnet3/vmw_pvscsi (VMware drivers)
- hv_netvsc/hv_storvsc (Hyper-V drivers)

VHD Image:
Core 4.7.7
kernel 3.0.21-tinycore #3021 SMP Sat Feb 18 11:54:11 EET 2012 i686 GNU/Linux
Max memory: 4009116KB (~3,915MB)
Includes modules:
- vmxnet3/vmw_pvscsi (VMware drivers)
Does NOT include:
hv_netvsc/hv_storvsc (Hyper-V drivers)

So the VHD image seems very out of date, at least relative to the OVA image. It seems especially strange that the Hyper-V drivers are included in the OVA image but not in the VHD image (where it would actually be used). I'm going to try converting the OVA image to a VHD and running it on Hyper-V, but before I tried that I wanted to know if there was a specific reason for the differences.

Deployment / Hyper-V Replica
« on: April 07, 2015, 07:36:04 PM »
Been experimenting with WANOS and Hyper-V replica. Wanted to know if there is any standard guidance on whether or not to enable compression in the Hyper-V replica settings, or if it's better to disable compression in Hyper-V and let WANOS do all the compression.

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