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Avigilon on Nutanix vms

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I am looking for some advice on network tuning for cameras connected to Avigilon.  The software is installed on a virtual server with storage via iscsi(external non native nutanix) .  On vmware it has been working fine, but I am trying to migrate to Nutanix AHV.  RSS tuning on the network for AHV is a little more hands on, but It seems to be working, but there are intermittent notifications about high packet loss from cameras.  Does anyone here have any experience running Avilgilon on a virtual environment and more specifically nutanix ahv?  I could also use some suggestions on how to properly tune the networking.  Also is there any info on how many compute / network resources are required per number of cameras?

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