P2V with VM convertor takes long time

I have SBS2008 and want to do P2V from current server to another server, but it says that taking 2-6 days,
Everything is on Gigabit, total data is about 590 GB,
Data transfer rate show 112 Kb-150kb/s

Can any one help me that why is so slow, I checked NIC card driver and updated them, Raid Controller was updated.
VM Esxi is 4.1 update2, and I am using VM convertor 5 for P2V.

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Danny McDanielClinical Systems AnalystCommented:
What is your management network showing as the connected speed on the ESXi host?
why are you using vmware convertor 5 on a 4.1 update 2 host ?
that could be a problem,  4.1 is very similar to v5 but there are some changes in technolgy regarding storage for instance so try it with vmware convertor 4 and see if that does the same or it does it better  

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kfarhangAuthor Commented:
We have Esxi 5, and vm convertor 5 also, tried with that same problem, then thought that maybe problem is in Esxi 5, so downgraded to esxi 4.1 and then tried.

Management Network shows 100Mbs Full Connected.
There is no version 4.1 in VM convertor, there is either 4.0.1 or 4.3, I am downloading 4.3 now and installing.
Danny McDanielClinical Systems AnalystCommented:
The limitation is probably at the management network since it's 100MB.  Even on full duplex it will be pretty slow.  Is there a reason why it's 100MB and the rest of the network is gigabit?
kfarhangAuthor Commented:
Thank you for the suggestion. Using an older version of VM Converter, despite having a 5.0 host, did the trick.
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