Dries Feys dries "at" tvh.be
Wed, 02 Aug 2000 13:05:22 +0000


I have used it through a 56k analog line through the internet and was 
pleased with the result  It depends on what you're expexting.  If you think 
to work at the same speed as normal, then you're with the wrong product. 
 But if you need a good product, which is stable, you're on th right adress 
with vnc.


Dries Feys-IT department
TVH forklift parts-Thermote & Vanhalst NV
Driemasten 120-126 -- B-8560 Gullegem-Belgium
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-----Original Message-----
From:	jstranks "at" esoc.esa.de [SMTP:jstranks "at" esoc.esa.de]
Sent:	Wednesday, August 02, 2000 2:46 PM
To:	vnc-list "at" uk.research.att.com
Subject:	

I have been using VNC 3.3.3r1 (on Solaris) over our in-house network for 
several
weeks now and found it to be a very good tool. A colleague now wants to use 
it
over an ISDN (64 kbit) line and we are concerned that the low connection 
speed
will make VNC unusable in its 'out of the box' configuration.
I have searched the archives of this list - some people say ISDN lines are
enough while others disagree.
What is the truth ?
Please can anyone advise me on the best configuration options (I have 
wondered
about -8bit and -deferupdate)

Jon
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