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Hi all,

i have a customer that have 3sites. The primary site have a DC with SQL server for their accounting program. the two(2) other sites are link with IPSec connection ( with dlink router )

My problem is that when they work in the soft , they get kick out. So i was woundering if it not the internet.

at the primary site there's fiber internet .
at the two other sites, it normal adsl internet .

Do you know any program i can use to see if the internet is stable, or do you have other suggestion to resulve my problem.

Thank you
SBSMicrosoft SQL Server 2008Internet Protocols

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i'll start with this and i'll let you know


Use ping -t ip address for a constant ping response. Do tracert to get the route and then constantly ping each device look for the device that's increasing in time.

What's the software?  Has anyone ever said that this software will work over a WAN?  I'm guessing it's not meant to be used over a slow link.
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Hi ,

sorry i was on a long weekend. The software was working fine over PPTP. I read that IPSec is slower than PPTP.

i'll try to set a computer with PPTP and try the software.

My customer is trying to add FIBER to the two other site too, it may help.

I'll let know.


While it's true that PPTP VPN has less overhead and requires less processor power, I've never seen an appreciable difference on a site-to-site over ADSL.  There should be no difference in latency and only a tiny improvement in bandwidth, so I'm surprised that it works on one but not t'other.


since we change the internet connection from dsl to fiber , the speed as incresed. for now it look okay.

Thank you all for your help.

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