Hga bottle $81.00 The company I work for has been implementing thin client technologies based on Citrix and Microsoft Terminal Services for a long time.  Today, hga bottle $81.00 VMWare’s Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) is starting to be the hot item. Hga bottle $81.00  This post addresses the network concerns presented by thin client technologies. Hga bottle $81.00  My first experience with this issue was presented by a small branch employee playing ‘Wheel of Fortune’ online.  The network died every time it was her turn to spin the wheel.

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Hga bottle $81.00 The term “thin client” is misleading in terms of networking. Hga bottle $81.00  Thin only refers to the hardware requirements for the client. Hga bottle $81.00  It does not mean the technology is thin on the network. Hga bottle $81.00  Apparently thin client technologies are great for centralized control, hga bottle $81.00 network management, hga bottle $81.00 cost savings and other things that I really have no authority to speak on. Hga bottle $81.00 However, hga bottle $81.00 in regards to the network, hga bottle $81.00 it only takes one client to destroy a wan link or internet connection.

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Hga bottle $81.00 Update: This post is not intended to guide anyone away from thin client technologies … whether it be server based or virtualized desktops. The intent is to inform individuals of how much traffic can be generated by thin client technologies if mis-used, hga bottle $81.00 are poorly designed or simply not understood. The video was not produced by a device with acceleration technologies. Hga bottle $81.00 It is just simple Microsoft Remote Desktop Protocol.

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Hga bottle $81.00 I will demonstrate how much bandwidth can be consumed by a thin client session.

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Hga bottle $81.00 Do the following:

  1. Open the ‘Task Manager’ on your PC
  2. Click on the ‘Networking Tab’
  3. Click on ‘View > Select Columns’
  4. Check ‘Bytes Sent/Interval’ and ‘Bytes Received/Interval’
  5. Click ‘Ok’
  6. Establish an RDP session with a Microsoft Server/PC on your local area network. Hga bottle $81.00
  7. Open YouTube
  8. Play a video that is very interactive like a football game.
  9. Make note of the Bytes Sent and Bytes Received
  10. Multiply the Bytes Sent and Received by 8 to get bits per second.
  11. Now you see how easy it is to kill a network with a thin client.

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Hga bottle $81.00 Why does this happen?

Hga bottle $81.00 Everything happens at the server. Hga bottle $81.00 The server just sends the screen to the client. Hga bottle $81.00  Sounds thin enough … but when the screen is trying to keep up with screen changes produced by video, hga bottle $81.00 stock tickers, hga bottle $81.00 games …  bandwidth is consumed. Hga bottle $81.00 Even a clock updating seconds can generate more traffic than you think.

Hga bottle $81.00 The next time your internet is slow, hga bottle $81.00 check traffic to logmein.com, hga bottle $81.00 webex.com or gotomypc.com. Hga bottle $81.00 If the internal wan is slow and network traffic is heavily tcp port 3389 (rdp) or tcp port 1494 (Citrix) … you might want to check the user’s activities.

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