usb network gate transfer speed.

Hi experts,

I am currently using the Usb Network Gate trial to transfer files from a remote terminal server to a locally usb connected android device. I rdp to the server and transfer the file via adb (android debugging bridge) using the push command. The maximum transfer speed I can get is only 10KB/s. Any advice on what may limit the transfer speed?
LIBRALEXAsked:
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Sir LearnalotCommented:
The problem could be so many things... network bottlenecks? Perhaps a network administrator set traffic shaping? If you RDP and copy a file from your terminal server into your local drive does it run faster or same speed? Is the speed variable or at a constant 10KB/s?
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LIBRALEXAuthor Commented:
The network admin said there were no shaping. If I copy a file the speed is much faster than 10KB/s ( I can transfer a 9MB file in just over a minute). It seems to be constant around the 10KB/s mark.

I can do the same thing except rdp to a local pc and the speed is over 600KB/s then.
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Sir LearnalotCommented:
Could there be limitations in the remote network?
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Sir LearnalotCommented:
Also, have you tried doing this from ANOTHER remote network to make sure its not problem with that specific network?
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LIBRALEXAuthor Commented:
Yes there were shaping traffic on the remote side.
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