Special Forums IP Networking IPV6 very slow, not respecting MTU?? Post 302564794 by jusme on Friday 14th of October 2011 03:43:55 PM

Thanks for the suggestions.

Replaced the vNIC with an E1000 (instead of vmxnet3) and the problem disappears, so yes, it's the driver (or the underlying VMware implementation) that's at fault, not the TCP/IP stack.

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