I want to throttle the bandwidth of a test vm desktop that I have to mimic the potential bandwidth that we are looking to go to (we are looking to migrate from a LAN to a WAN). I believe this can be done in Vmware Workstation; however, we do not have that we have VMware Horizon. Does anyone know how I can throttle the bandwidth so I can see what the performance is like on the vm? The desktop is Windows 7 Professional 64bit.
To simulate a WAN, it is not enough to throttle bandwidth. You also need to simulate increased latency, because this often has more influence on performance than limited bandwidth.
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