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What's the slowest link for an IP client to function over?

What's the slowest link for an IP client to function over?

What's the slowest link for an IP client to function over?

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Exactly how much bandwidth do i need to give my GW5.2.3 client?  I know the GW CoolSolutions recommends client to server LAN speed of 10MB, but how much has anyone pushed that number?  I've got a remote location with about a 2x T1 pipe to my LAN, and I'm considering running them on this PO rather than desginate another PO for 15 users.  Any advice or sucess/failure stories would be great...

RE: What's the slowest link for an IP client to function over?

I have customers using the GW Client software via TCP/IP using cable modems, IDSL 144 and ISDN (128Kb). No problem.

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