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Bottleneck when connecting two sites

Postby guest » Wed Nov 29, 2006 4:58 pm

We have a main office running 2 servers, one being a Windows 2003 Terminal Services server. Our remote office contains 20 users, each connecting to the main office via TS in order to access an SQL application. Our main office has a DSL link of 2MB Download/256K Upload and the remote office is the same. Would the DSL upload speed of the main office or the remote office be the bottleneck in this configuration? does the DSL download speed have any effect on TS performance at the remote office?
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Postby blin » Wed Nov 29, 2006 4:58 pm

Most of the bandwidth consumed on TS is from the server to the client
(unless you start copying files or printing). Thus the bottleneck would
seem to be at the main office.
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