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We have a Sonicwall NSA 3500.  With United Streaming, the video is choppy/or doesn't work unless we allow the user to bypass the filters.  Is this normal behavior?
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Could be you're just running too high a level of traffic through the 3500 for it to do the deep packet inspection and still hand the packets over to the users in fast enough order for smooth video. How many users do you have, what's your average throughput, have you tried running the video at times when the network is otherwise quiet (e.g. after most folk have gone home) just to see if it makes a difference?

This might be one to raise with a MySonicwall support request.  

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I think you are right. We will give Sonicwall a call.  Thanks!
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