Relationship of RAM on Workstations and the Speed of the LAN

How does the size of RAM in workstations effect the speed of the LAN??
williamscAsked:
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MikeBusbyCommented:
It doesn't
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_Commented:
At least not directly.
If you are running a 'heavy load' app (or multitasking) with a 'small' amount of ram, the lan might have to wait for the OS to get around to it
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nobusCommented:
the speed of the lan is normally much lower than the speed the pc can handle the transmissions
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_Commented:
Why the Delete?
MikeBusby answered the question.
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ExpertScottCommented:
Reasons for a slow LAN can include RAM in Workstations. Solutions would be:
" Upgrade the amount of RAM.
" Replace with a higher speed RAM.
" Ensure the available RAM exceeds the minimum required for all applications.
" Increase the size of the virtual memory.
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