AiRLAC

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  1. I had no success with OpenVPN connection (works from my Synology DS209 DSM 4.2), it was timing out on connection attempt. I'm waiting for this new release from Trantor to doublecheck if that is fixed.
  2. @ Trantor: as more and more resources are directed to DSM v5, maybe would be good to have a final complete release with DSM v4.3 for ESXi . I'm currently finalising the standard 4.3-3827 build, I will then update ESXi build to 4.3-3827 with bootstrap + open-vm-tools Thank you Trantor in advance for this, my ESXi box is waiting for this release
  3. [SOLVED] Install on vmware ESXI

    Thanks, it's working now! Every day you learn something new
  4. [SOLVED] Install on vmware ESXI

    Thanks, it's working now! Every day you learn something new
  5. [SOLVED] Install on vmware ESXI

    Thanks! Is there any other way to download this package? I'm getting not available error with JDownloader for this package.
  6. [SOLVED] Install on vmware ESXI

    Thanks! Is there any other way to download this package? I'm getting not available error with JDownloader for this package.
  7. [SOLVED] Install on vmware ESXI

    Hey guys, I just joined to this forum as I'm planning to build the setup above (and would like to discuss the idea with you) HP N36L microserver 16GB (2x8GB) Micron/Spectek DDR3 1600MHz CL11 (non-ECC ) -> Dell 2x8GB ECC is on the way 2x128GB Samsung PM810 SSD (on ODD and eSata ports after TheBay(thanks!) BIOS patch) 2x2TB Seagate ST2000DL003 (could be another 2 added later from my current Synology DS209) HP NC360T dual port NIC (cabling both ports when I get a proper managed 8 port gigabit switch later like Cisco SRW2008 or Netgear GS108T) My router is a Linksys E3000 running TomatoUSB 1.28.110 by Shibby Running ESXi 5.5 and vCenter Appliance (I have to set up my own homelab for 5.5) Enabling vSphere Flash Read Cache (this requires Enterprise Plus licensing though, sorry) I'll create standard VMFS5 datastores on all drives. DSM VM will have 1vCPU and 2GB of memory configure. I'm going to use thin provisioned virtual disks for DSM, 1x20GB (on SSD) 2x1.8TB (on HDDs) I hope that the new SSD caching feature will correct the performance drop of the standard virtual disks vs. RDM