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Mar
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comment How much overhead does x86/x64 virtualization have?
@PeterSenna Yes agreed! I was even wrong in my comment xD (2.6 GHz isn't the same as 2,600,000 Hz ofc)
Mar
7
comment How much overhead does x86/x64 virtualization have?
For a 2.6 GHz CPU, 1,000 clock cycles are spent in 23 milliseconds, shouldn't that be a simple division of 1,000 by 2,600,000 to get the number of seconds 1,000 clock cycles take? (which is not 23 milliseconds)
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Aug
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comment Reserve a single ip for a wired and wireless NIC of the same machine
A quick search on google didn't give me much info on "DHCP Client ID". Would you happen to know if this is supported on w2k3 + Win 7?
Aug
30
comment Reserve a single ip for a wired and wireless NIC of the same machine
Well, I meant the following: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/MAC_spoofing#Windows_manual_altering . My wired MAC address was not valid under those constraints (I did try ofc. Didn't work).
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Aug
27
accepted Reserve a single ip for a wired and wireless NIC of the same machine
Aug
27
comment Reserve a single ip for a wired and wireless NIC of the same machine
Apparently Windows 7 limits the MAC addresses assignable to wireless network adapters. I solved that by "cloning" the wireless NIC's MAC onto the wired instead. You were right about the releasing too. I'd even qualify releasing mandatory, since it didn't work otherwise. Thanks!
Aug
27
comment Reserve a single ip for a wired and wireless NIC of the same machine
So you're saying that as long as I keep only one NIC active on the same LAN at the same time, this won't give me any problems?
Aug
27
asked Reserve a single ip for a wired and wireless NIC of the same machine