lee "at" leadtec.com
Mon Jul 8 14:16:01 2002
That's what TightVNC ( www.tightvnc.com ) is for. It compresses the data
stream for better performance over slow connections. It puts some load on
the processors at both ends so it's best used with slow connections.
Tight is completely compatible with AT&T VNC - you could substitute the
viewer (client) or the server with Tight, running AT&T VNC at the other end,
and it would still work. But you get the compression only if you run Tight
at both ends.
Leadtec Systems, a division of CGS
----- Original Message -----
From: "Boby, Joseph K (IE10)" <boby.k.joseph "at" honeywell.com>
To: <vnc-list "at" realvnc.com>
Sent: Monday, July 08, 2002 8:24 AM
Subject: Improving performance
> Hi ,
> What are the ways of improving vnc performance over a dialup line? 8 bit
> does increase the performane a lot.
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