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TURTLE SLOW CONNECTION

TURTLE SLOW CONNECTION

TURTLE SLOW CONNECTION

(OP)
I have a very fast DSL connection at home, and a fast DSL connection at the office.  Once I connect to the office my longon script goes off, and when i try to open up event viewer of anything else for that matter, it takes litterally 5 minutes to open.  I also receive RDR errors in my event log...event id 3012 an unexpected network error occurred on the virtual circuit to Remote computer(MY HOME COMPUTER).  I have a firewall at work running NAT with a port mapping passing me to my RAS server, and I am wondering if that has anything to do with this.  I can ping by ip Address and by name, so I dont think its name resolution.  There is no way that a DSL vpn is this slow.  Does anyone have any ideas.  

RE: TURTLE SLOW CONNECTION

See
support.microsoft.com/support/kb/articles/Q137/9/80.asp
to fix the virtual circuit error

RE: TURTLE SLOW CONNECTION

(OP)
The remote client are Windows 98 machines.  I dont get an error message except in the NT event log.  Why is connection so slow?  

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