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Macola ES over VPN

Macola ES over VPN

Macola ES over VPN

(OP)
I'm running into issues running macola ES over vpn. I have an ipsec site to site vpn tunnel between my HQ where sql is, and manufacturing [MFG] is. ES from MFG is taking up to 5 seconds to populate parts fields etc. I'm wondering if upping the bandwidth to my MFG plant would help, or if the encryption overhead will still be an issue. Any thoughts?

RE: Macola ES over VPN

Check primary DNS server address or load Hosts file with ip address of SQL server. Workstation will be doing a lot of calls to SQL server. Name resolution could be part of the problem.

RE: Macola ES over VPN

(OP)
I tried what you suggested. It didn't make any difference. I think my only solutions are to increase bandwidth or use Remote Desktop.

RE: Macola ES over VPN

Remote desktop will provide better performance. Additional bandwidth will not necessarily address latency issues.

RE: Macola ES over VPN

(OP)
Thanks for the assistance NEmacGuy and JayTheGeek. We decided to deploy ES through RemoteApp. This seems to have solved the latency issues.

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