this is the scenario
VeeamBR is installed in site 1, vCenter server is also in site 1
A veeam proxy (VPX for example) is installed in Site 2 and a repository is defined on the server itself (its local drives)
A Vm (MyVM) is also in site 2
Sites are connected over WAN
I create a job on VeeamBR server (Site 1) to make a backup of MyVM (Site 2) and put it on VPX repository (Site 2) and tell the job to use VPX as the proxy.
So, with all these I expect the VPX to get MyVM data (both on site 2) and copy it on its local drive. This should be so fast because they're connected with 1GB switch ports and are in the same LAN. But, It's so slow and seems that it is going through the WAN (I donno maybe getting traffic from VeeamBR or vcenter server)
1- How Can I make this the way it should be (is there any check mark, any option or any consideration I've missed)
2- How can I make sure that traffic is going from MyVM directly to VPX (Because you know maybe this is because of very slow datastores and I don not have advanced netflow devices and software, So maybe veeam itself could tell me about the traffic flow details)
Process rate is only 5Mbps and the bottleneck is shown : source
attached is finished job summary report
In any way I calculate (for example if all 40GB is copied in backup process, and because it has taken about 40 mins, so the speed is at most 150Mbps)
and If 13.7 GB is the right amount of traffic then the speed is as low as 50 Mbps
The link between proxy and the vm is 1Gbps
Thanks in advance.