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ODBC slow over different networks

Posted on 2013-06-13
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Hi,

I moved one of my servers to a different network and since then any ODBC connection processes runs very slow on my PC.

Is there anything I can do to fix the issue besides moving my actual PC to the same network as where the server is located.  Is there a config file or something?
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Jim Dettman (Microsoft MVP/ EE MVE) earned 500 total points
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In short, no.  It is what it is.   Speed depends on so many factors.  Without an in-depth look at what's going on, it would be very hard to offer anything specific.

 In general though, there is nothing really that you can configure performance wise with ODBC.

  Some RDBMS's will allow for some config settings, but many do not and speed is more a function of what's being requested, how often, and what network is in place.

Jim.
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