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I was expecting the Target to be the bottleneck (it's the target iSCSI SAN which is the focus of my investigation at the moment) but in HotAdd mode, why is there any network figure at all? My understanding was that both the source VHD and the target replica VHD are connecting directly to the Veeam Server as VHDs. I can see this happening in VSphere. So what traffic is going over the network?
Does this figure actually refer to the iSCSI network, or what? Looking at the figures (we are getting pathetic 6MB/s at the moment, but we are pretty certain that is down to the change to a different iSCSI SAN) I find it difficult to believe that any network component is running at 94%, even though we are using only 1GB (not10 - yet!).
Thanks for any clues, or explanation to improve my understanding.
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