So to be sure:
Running Zeroshell in Hyper-v
Legacy Nic’s, VLAN not supported within zeroshell so you need to set it at NIC level. therefor basically limiting your zeroshell to max 4 networks?
At least that way it is working for me…..
This is correct.
Not ZS itself is limiting and causing the poor performance, it is the legacy adapter which causes a quite low throughput. The only way to run a linux machine under Hyper-V – without networking limitations – is by using the hv_net.ko module and not the legacy network adapter.