I have a host server with an Intel Gigabit NIC (Intel PRO/1000 GT) and I was wondering how I can get it to work as a Gigabit NIC in my Windows 2003 Server Guest OS. Currently I can only get a maximum of 5.5 MB.sec transfer rate yet between the host machine and another server on the network with a Gigabit NIC I can get over 50 MB.sec.
Do I need to reinstall the vmtools or have the NIC reinstall itself? This is on a production server so I have not fooled around with uncertain fixes yet.
Please update the host operating system on which VMware Server is installed.
Kindly check the Duplex and Speed setting in the host machine (whether it is in Auto Negotiate Mode or you have manually specified
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