I'm using pulse secure on windows 10 pro to connect to VPN. since i enabled hyper-v and created an external switch, internet connection is very slow when connected to vpn. Speed for destinations inside vpn is ok.
Any ideas on this?
When creating an external switch in hyper-v, my real NIC got bridged and OS uses a virtual NIC instead for internet access. Some posts in other forums rumor, that the virtual NIC created by pulse secure might bind to the wrong NIC when VPN is started. But I don't know how to determine the NIC that the virtual NIC of pulse secure is binding to.
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thanks for your advice!
Juniper Network Service is already disabled on the virtual switch.
There's a note at the bottom of the article:
"If this does not help, disabling the vEthernet interface may resolve the issue."
Disabling the vEthernet interface cuts off VMs from internet, thus a no go.