Agreed... I have already spent more than I wanted to in order to get this running and don't have another cpu to test with... IF the QVL memory doesn't fix it then definitely going to have to find another lga1150 to find out if its the cpu.Last memory problem that almost beat me to death was caused by a bad CPU.
oh yeah I had seem that same guide when googling.
I was able to pass through a "pair" (eno0 and eno1) of ethernet adapters to opnsense no problem. I don't remember if I Attempted to pass through one single jack or not.One thing I havent been able to do, probably because it's not possible, is pass one of the network adapters to a VM. They all seem to be tied together and if I pass, all 6 get passed? Because of the shared chip, does that mean it's impossible?
I haven't really used windows bridging, when I have messed with it it hasn't even worked.I wasted close to 3-4 days trying to make this motherboard work as a router + switch through windows/plex.
so to follow up on my proxmox gpu passthrough attempts: I give up.
Thanks. Im not sure, as anything I try to do seems to pass everything? I'm curious if it's because they're all under the same IOMMU group? Were you able to separate them?I was able to pass through a "pair" (eno0 and eno1) of ethernet adapters to opnsense no problem. I don't remember if I Attempted to pass through one single jack or not.
VyOS Switch config
delete interfaces eth eth1 address
delete interfaces eth eth1 description
delete interfaces eth eth2 address
delete interfaces eth eth2 description
Creating the bridge
set interfaces bridge br0
# set interfaces bridge br0 address 10.10.10.245/24
set interfaces bridge br0 address 10.222.222.1/24
set interfaces bridge br0 description 'bridge 1'
Assign interfaces to the bridge
set interfaces ethernet eth1 bridge-group bridge br0
set interfaces ethernet eth2 bridge-group bridge br0
set interfaces eth eth1 description 'br0 10gb member'
set interfaces eth eth2 description 'br0 10gb member'
set interfaces eth eth2 mtu 9000
Thanks for the info! Yes windows bridge is a joke. I was not able to figure out how to set up a bridge with PfSense and I read PfSense performance is also dismal so I am giving up on PfSense.I haven't really used windows bridging, when I have messed with it it hasn't even worked.
However you can use linux or BSD (pfsense/opnsense) bridging. And it's... okay. not as good as a real switch but ok. Depending on CPU you should be able to get between like 1gig and 4+ gig speed.
Running ESXi 7.0 U1 between 2 VM with a VyOS Router between them and x540-AT2 10GB nics, my servers are also the same as this 1U, running sys-6028u-tr4+, might pick one of theses U1 for FW/Routing purpose also running ESXi.Thanks for the info! Yes windows bridge is a joke. I was not able to figure out how to set up a bridge with PfSense and I read PfSense performance is also dismal so I am giving up on PfSense.
I believe Marsh reported speeds close to 10Gb with vyos so I am now trying to make VYOS + HyperV work. I was able to set up VYOS as the router mode now if I can figure out how to configure VYOS with 5 port as a switch for the LAN and one port for the WAN. If anyone has already figured that, it would be great if I can take a peek. I am using vyos 1.1.8 as I couldn't figure out how to configure vyos 1.3.