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I'm moving our flat network which covers a three-story building and about 450 users to a subnetted network. I would like to know about connecting data closet switches to the core with redundant links. Can I implement OSPF on the core and connecting switches and eliminate spanning tree? In this...
The following question was recently submitted via e-mail by a user: Using ESXi 3.5. I've seen tests done that usually put the cost of virtualization at 25% when VMs don't share the same kernel, and 10% when they do. I've noticed as you drop cores, the cost of virtualization as a percent of the...
Is MS doing anything with h/w OEM's to make Core installation possible. It's not right now because h/w mgt software relies on a GUI being present. That`s why I never use Core for Hyper-V. This question is from the Microsoft Virtualization Chat on ITKnowledgeExchange.com