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Terminal Services sound is choppy on WAN connection

Posted on 2005-04-24
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Last Modified: 2012-05-05
Any way to get better performance, even at lower quality?  It's so choppy that it is virtually unusable.
Question by:Quetzal
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bilbus earned 500 total points
ID: 13854877
Its not ment to play sounds over slow wan links. Works fine over the WAN for me. Playing a WMA file at 96k. Sounds as good as localy playing.

How fast is your WAN/clients's link?
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ID: 13855959
I've got SBC DSL...supposed to be 3000/375 coming from my Comcast connection which is 300/375.  So my limiting WAN speed for playing sound is the SBC 375 up speed.  Very choppy.  I'll try it on the local LAN tomorrow morning.
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ID: 14274004
I changed the configuration of some switches and that dramatically improved the sound.  Your comment drove me to look deeper because I knew that someone had it working ok.  Thx.

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