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Unable to login to FreeBSD VM and I receive an error message regarding "Missed Packet".

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I am trying to login to FreeBSD based virtual machine but today I noticed a strange error message that periodically shows up in the console.

"lnc0:Missed Packet -- no receive buffer".

Has anyone else seen this before? I tried asking Google and those results seem to point to configuration issues with the host ESX machine (not the VM itself).

Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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Question by:namaiand
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I would check the performance tab for the host, choose custom chart and look at dropped packets to see if the host is seeing them and how bad they're being dropped
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you need to change driver from Lance to vmxnet or e1000(8.x) in vmx file and in rc.conf.
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