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0answers
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When CopyQueueLength is high, how do I control which server is the source?

When I have a DAG with copies spread all over the world, and the initial seeding is already complete, how does Exchange control which server is used to fulfill the outstanding CopyQueueLength logs ...
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2answers
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Does “ThirdPartyReplication” in an Exchange DAG reduce overall bandwidth requirements? [closed]

I have to re-seed several databases and am looking into opportunities to reduce my bandwidth requirements. When I issue the command get-DatabaseAvailabilityGroup there is a feature called "Third ...
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3answers
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Cisco ASA and Cisco Switches, how do I determine top senders / receivers?

I'm dealing with a high bandwidth situation and need to determine what host is sending / receiving the most data. How can I get the logs necessary that will contain this information? I'm OK with ...
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1answer
454 views

iperf installation and use

I would like to use iperf to test my WAN bandwidth connection. However, I can't find a good method to install and administer it. I'm a Windows guy and don't know much about Linux, and googling iperf ...
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3answers
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Small TCP Window on WAN between 2 Locations

Site A: Denver datacenter. 60MBPS. Site B: Chicago. 100MBPS. ICMP pings: Packets: Sent = 176, Received = 176, Lost = 0 (0% loss), Approximate round trip times in milli-seconds: Minimum = 74ms, ...
1
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4answers
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Gauge network traffic for each Citrix session

We are currently reviewing the bandwidth of our WAN links. How much bandwidth does a "typical" Citrix session utilize over a WAN link? JFYI - we are using Citrix Program Neighborhood V10 and each ...
4
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6answers
9k views

Bandwidth sizing for simultaneous RDP sessions

We're doing some DR scenario planning which will require up to 150 users to RDP into their desktop machines (mainly running Windows XP) over our VPN. We have a 2mbit uncontended internet connection at ...
3
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4answers
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Possible Issue With (what I think is) a Virtual Network

This really isnt my area of expertise...and it may be obvious, but here it is: We have what I guess you could call a virtual network. We have 4 locations in 4 cities connected by broadband internet ...