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  1. I assumed that since the pro 3.1 card is not the same as the 3.0 card, that there would be its own problems. but it sounds like this has been documented and tested as working with unraid. Still, if i have learned one thing from this forum is things arent always as they appear. have you confirmed that the 3.1 pro card works with unraid? Often people just refer to the "Pro" card and there are 2 different cards we are talking about here. Thanks, Charles Lam
  2. Thats what the issue was. i guess the bios option for intel virtualization is not the same as intel VT-D. Thanks for the reminder.
  3. Device list as shown: [8086:3c00]00:00.0 Host bridge: Intel Corporation Xeon E5/Core i7 DMI2 (rev 07) [8086:3c02]00:01.0 PCI bridge: Intel Corporation Xeon E5/Core i7 IIO PCI Express Root Port 1a (rev 07) [8086:3c03]00:01.1 PCI bridge: Intel Corporation Xeon E5/Core i7 IIO PCI Express Root Port 1b (rev 07) [8086:3c04]00:02.0 PCI bridge: Intel Corporation Xeon E5/Core i7 IIO PCI Express Root Port 2a (rev 07) [8086:3c08]00:03.0 PCI bridge: Intel Corporation Xeon E5/Core i7 IIO PCI Express Root Port 3a in PCI Express Mode (rev 07) [8086:3c28]00:05.0 System per
  4. coming back here to rez an old thread. unfortunately the allegro pro is no longer being produced and i cant find it anywhere on ebay. has there been another method to getting USB's passed through correctly? or are there just no options for something like this?
  5. I also wonder about this. because ive noticed that many many threads mention to disable hibernation as this causes problems when waking the system up. maybe it'd be smart to hit up the tier 2 and see what their response is. Good luck.
  6. I've gotten around to trying the nyrius aries prime, and unfortunately the lag is so bad that it will not work. until wireless or networked HDMI improves i will be stuck using hdmi cables.
  7. The digi has worked really well over the network. it is almost seemless. As for the sewell HDMI, it looks like that is a no-go as you cant have multiple transmitters and receivers on the same network. instead i will be looking into this product: http://www.tesla-smart.com/120M-HDMI-KVM-Many-to-Many-Over-IP-Exten?product_id=100 I figured more people would be interested in this as you can bypass USB passthrough altogether, as it would be using a networked USB connection. But i guess not.
  8. good luck finding out if the tripplite UPS has that data or not. im not sure, but i wouldnt be surprised if you didnt get the info from the UPS necessary for this to work. kind of one of the selling points of the SNMPWebcard. regardless good luck OP. but looks like crickets so far anyways.
  9. if unraid has that functionality with tripplite UPS' thats great. still need to buy the card. the functionality is pretty limited without one. having it plug in with usb wont send a shutdown command when the battery is low. i dont think it keeps battery stats without one.
  10. uhhh. you need an SNMP card for it. and then the card will send network commands to your windows VM's to shut it down. iirc there is an application you can use. but i dont think it works for the unraid OS itself. so you might have to look into only shutting down the VM's to minimize data corruption.
  11. https://sewelldirect.com/hd-link-pro-by-sewell-hdmi-over-single-cat5-extender-1080p-330-ft- HDMI https://www.digi.com/products/models/aw-usb-2 USB i already purchased the digi usb and will soon get the sewell HDMI over network. currently have pretty good fiber networking through the house so i shouldnt need to worry about putting too much of a strain on the network. my worries are that the latency from having everything on network will prove to be too bad for gaming. i will try these on a VM and see what the results are like.
  12. if you dont use vm's i say cheaper the better.
  13. he does tell you everything you really need to know. but sometimes you will have to watch it over and over again because you might miss subtle things. things i learned 1.USB audio is spotty at best in unraid. save yourself the headache and do usb passthrough. mileage still may vary though. usb audio can be real head scratchers sometimes. 2. ASMedia usb controllers are evil (or at least the ones i've worked with). simpler to use asmedia controllers only for booting unraid. 3. SSD's are essential if you plan on using your VM's as a normal windows PC. i trie
  14. or start fresh on a temp usb just to rule out crazy config problems...