Why Experts Exchange?

Experts Exchange always has the answer, or at the least points me in the correct direction! It is like having another employee that is extremely experienced.

Jim Murphy
Programmer at Smart IT Solutions

When asked, what has been your best career decision?

Deciding to stick with EE.

Mohamed Asif
Technical Department Head

Being involved with EE helped me to grow personally and professionally.

Carl Webster
CTP, Sr Infrastructure Consultant
Ask ANY Question

Connect with Certified Experts to gain insight and support on specific technology challenges including:

Troubleshooting
Research
Professional Opinions
Ask a Question
Did You Know?

We've partnered with two important charities to provide clean water and computer science education to those who need it most. READ MORE

troubleshooting Question

TeamViewer 5.x - specifying traffic routing

Avatar of JonahGroup
JonahGroupFlag for Canada asked on
VPNRemote Access
4 Comments1 Solution3071 ViewsLast Modified:
Hi,

I'm running TeamViewer 5.0 on a pair of Windows workstations (Vista & XP). Both are connected over a wireless network, but they are physically not too far from each other, just too far to conveniently work on both. So TeamViewer is ideal in this situation. The only problem is that it's quite slow due to the relatively slow wireless connections. But I had an idea. Both workstations have gigabit network adapters, and I could connect them both directly using a cross-wired Ethernet cable (or just connect them both to a switch), and configure them as a local LAN. But how to I tell TeamViewer to stop using the wireless adapter for traffic between the two machines, and start using the faster wired connection? Is it even possible?

-Scott.
ASKER CERTIFIED SOLUTION
Avatar of Jimmy Larsson, CISSP, CEH
Jimmy Larsson, CISSP, CEHFlag of Sweden imageNetwork and Security consultant

Our community of experts have been thoroughly vetted for their expertise and industry experience.

Commented:
This problem has been solved!
Unlock 1 Answer and 4 Comments.
See Answers