In my lab I am using three Cisco C200 M2 rack mount server for my Windows Server 2012 Hyper-V hosts. Windows Server 2012 Hyper-V brings support for SR-IOV which didn’t really work on my C200 M2 servers. Today I updated my Cisco servers to the latest firmware Release 1.4(3p).
After the update I checked the BIOS settings and found a new setting which allows to enable SR-IOV.
It’s great to see that vendors are bring support for the new features which are supported in Windows Server 2012.Tags: BIOS, C200, Cisco, Firmware, Hyper-V, Microsoft, Networking, Priavte Cloud, SR-IOV, UCS, Windows Server, Windows Server 2012 Last modified: November 25, 2012