Fri Sep 20 22:20:01 2002
I'm using VNC both remotely and locally. Locally I have don't have any problem
running VNC. It stays connected for days and weeks on end. When I connect
remotely through a VPN tunnel I get connection timeouts from VNC and my VNC
client window stops responding or dies. Also, my VPN software logs a packet
fragmentation error. I'm suspecting that when the VPN software encapsulates the
VNC packets it sometimes exceeds the maximum packet size and must fragment the
packet. Is there a way to force VNC to use a smaller packet size so that when
it gets encapsulated it never exceeds the maximum packet size?
It could also be a latency problem. If I continuously ping the host I'm
connecting to it occasionally will get a 200-300ms response time. Would that be
a problem for VNC?
Any help is appreciated.
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