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veeam and packetshaper

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Is anyone using Packetshaper to optimize backups across WAN? I'm doing DR backups to another site and they're taking forever. Before I play around with HyperIP I wanted to see if I could optimize/prioritize the backup traffic. Problem is I can't find the veeam traffic in the Packetshaper. Any clues? Thanks!

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Re: veeam and packetshaper

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What it your backup target?

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Re: veeam and packetshaper

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NAS server/shared folder on windows server

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Then you need to be looking for regular CIFS traffic ;)

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thanks!

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