VNC enterprise eats a lot of bandwith.
alexp "at" broadcom.com
Tue Jan 17 06:09:01 2006
I can't help you, but I can tell you that I use VNC EE 4.1.9 on the PC
that streams live video from a capture card to my other machine over the
internet. It works just fine. I am sure that I used 4.1.7 with the same
result. Try upgrading first, then you probably need to characterize the
problem more. Look at the CPU utilzation and network utilization by
different programs. See what you can come up with.
VNC server does not appear to use any bandwidht until something is
connected to it.
......... ......... wrote:
> I am using VNC enterprise edition 4.1.7. on WindowsXP Pro (both pcs)
> Everything worked fine untill last week. When I run an application on
> the remote pc that uploads continuously (like a video encoder, an ftp
> program or a torrent program) and I connect remotely the bandwith
> becomes very unstable (from 0 to the maximum upload speed) disturbing
> the programs that use the upload speed that very moment. Disconnecting
> VNC from the remote pc will not return the bandwith to regural status. I
> am sure VNC is the problem because if I leave the remote pc alone
> without accessing it everythings works fine untill that very moment that
> I will connect.
> Can someone help?
> Spiro Karabalis
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