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Old 12-03-2004, 15:08   #1
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How much data transfer does VNC/RDS use per second?

Ok, I'm usually always logged into my home machine or a remote server somewhere and I'm wondering how much bandwidth I'm using for simply being logged in?

I use Windows Remote Desktop Sharing.



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Re: How much data transfer does VNC/RDS use per second?

VNC is happy with 128Kbps, but will work with as little as 56KBps (I have used it on a 56K modem, and it runs quite well)
(http://www.realvnc.com/pipermail/vnc...er/003448.html)

Can't find out what kind of bandwidth RDS uses. There are options to keep the bandwidth down though.
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Re: How much data transfer does VNC/RDS use per second?

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VNC is happy with 128Kbps, but will work with as little as 56KBps (I have used it on a 56K modem, and it runs quite well)
(http://www.realvnc.com/pipermail/vnc...er/003448.html)

Can't find out what kind of bandwidth RDS uses. There are options to keep the bandwidth down though.
ive used rds over modem/isdn aswell and it runs quite well aslong as the options are set correctly.
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