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PCI Passthrough on HP ML370 G5 Server

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Hi,
I have install an ESXi 5.0 on a HP ML370 G5 Server and i am thinking of giving a PCI Voip Card to an virtual asterisk Voip PBX.

I tried with a OpenVox PCI (X100P SE) card but in the tab with the list of PCI cards in advanced Setting of Hardware,  a  message  that the "host does not support passthrough configuration" appear! (vSphere Client)
Is anything that i can do to recognise the PCI card or another compatible PCI card with 1 PSTN Gateway
or is there any kind of solution to achive my purpose!

PS: i checked that virtualization Technology is anabled in BIOS Setting!

thank you...
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Question by:andromedas
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It's nothing to do with the PCI card, it's your HOST server.

I'm afraid your SERVER DOES NOT support VM Direct Path I/O or PCI Passthrough.

Have you tried using a dedicated vSwitch, virtual machine portgroup, and dedicated physical virtual network interface connected to the vSwitch to supported this VM.

It's often recommended by vendors to use a physical network interface, but the VMXNET3 virtual interface, tied to a private vSwitch, and dedicated physical network interface, can generate good bandwidth.
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Thank you for the quick response!
That exactly is I am afraid  of!

I will try to follow your proposals and we will see!

Thank you
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