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I have a setup with 3 ESX, ESX1 and ESX2 on the same LAN and ESX3 on another site, linked via a site-to-site VPN over a T1 (1.5mbit)
THe Veeam B&R station is in a Windows 2003 R2 VM guest running on ESX3 on local storage.
I have a guest named lets say SERVER1 that runs on ESX1.
if i replicate to ESX2, it is a 600MB differential, and very fast, takes about 1minutes for the process to complete.
if i take ESX3 and bring it to main site on the same LAN as ESX1 and ESX2, and replicate SERVER1 to ESX3, it is a 600MB differential, and very fast, takes about 1minutes for the process to complete.
BUT if ESX3 is on the distant site, if i replicate SERVER1 to ESX3, it is a 600MB differential, and very slow and i mean very slow, for the same 600MB differential it can takes about 4 hours, which gives about a performance of 0.3mbit.
But if i simply copy a file over the WAN between a guest running on ESX1 and another guest running on ESX3, i can reach 150KB/s which is 1.2mbit and makes more sens than 0.3mbit.
What could cause Veeam to not be able to use the available bandwith?
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There is an existing topic describing this issue and some workarounds, please continue discussion there.
Problems with making replication work across a WAN/VPN?
I will lock this thread to prevent duplicate discussions. Thanks!
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