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« on: May 20, 2010, 09:06:45 PM »

Hi, hope someone can help me out here.

I was wondering if anyone knew how to (or if its possible) to increase VPN bandwidths for remote users?

The remote users are working over a 3G connection (7.1mps) and need to access a web application based on the server at head office. The Web App uses AJAX and asp.NET which connects to a database on the SQL Server.

When connected over the VPN, pages in the Web App are freezing on a 'Loading...' image and it seems to be the connection timeout, although thats what I thought! I've increased the 'connection timeout' in the SQL Server advanced setttings, but i'm still having problems with the requests that are being sent.

I've ran MS NetMon several times and ran ping tests. The ping tests normally come back with good results, but every now and then, packets are lost at a rate of 25-75% whenever a users tries to connect to the Web App over the VPN.

I'm thinking if I could increase the bandwidth allowed for the VPN, it would help with the speed of the connection to the database.

Very frustrating - any suggestions or advice would be greatly appreciated.

Thank you Wink
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