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Virtual machine requirements

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SolarWinds NTA may be installed on VMware Virtual Machines and Microsoft Virtual Servers if the following conditions are met in your virtual environment:

  • Each virtual machine needs to meet the SolarWinds NPM requirements for virtual machines. For more information, see the SolarWinds Network Performance Monitor Administrator Guide.
  • Each installation of NPM should have its own dedicated network interface controller.

SolarWinds NPM uses SNMP to monitor your network. SNMP traffic is generally assigned low priority, and thus you can experience gaps in monitoring data.

 

 
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