Development over a WAN for Xe

Kevin_McAlexand

Active Member
I have two questions:

(1) What are my options for doing development over a WAN for Xe?



(2) With Xe is it possible to run fat clients over a WAN? What
about a WAN with dual T-1's connecting the Enterprise site with the
user site?


Any other vital information would be appreciated. Thanks ahead of
time for your time in answering these questions.
 

SSAJAROFF

Reputable Poster
Kevin :

1) PC-Anywhere, CA Control It.
2) Don't even dream about it! Every WAN user needs at least 256 Kb bandwidth
for a less than decent WAN connection,
OneWorld protocol is too chatty.

Sebastian Sajaroff
[email protected]
Application Software SA
Argentina

-----Mensaje original-----
De: Kevin McAlexand [mailto:[email protected]]
Enviado el: Jueves 14 de Diciembre de 2000 17:49
Para: [email protected]
Asunto: Development over a WAN for Xe ~~0:2741


I have two questions:

(1) What are my options for doing development over a WAN for Xe?



(2) With Xe is it possible to run fat clients over a WAN? What
about a WAN with dual T-1's connecting the Enterprise site with the
user site?


Any other vital information would be appreciated. Thanks ahead of
time for your time in answering these questions.






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altquark

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Re: RE: Development over a WAN for Xe

I agree

Although another option is to use VNC (http://www.uk.research.att.com/vnc/) - its as good as PC Anywhere and the best part is it's free ! I use it everywhere I can !


Jon Steel                                       
Xe Upgrade Specialist - AppzBiz
 
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