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Bandwidth requirements for Exchange 2000

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Whats the minimum bandwidth requirement for Exchange 2000 and how it consumes the bandwidth?

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Sekhar Dev
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From memory you need at least >56k links between routing groups for system messages/updates. Depending on the users message flow you may need more. A normal 10/100 LAN should be fine within routing groups.

Bandwidth consumption depends on lots of variables. The number of messages you expect to be sent, their size, whether its internal delivery or external and so on.
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