I expeirience problems with a wireless link (Point to Point), while running a large amount of ICA sessions. When reaching approx 600 packets/s on the link, the radio starts throwing packets, resulting in "frozen" ICA-sessions, and users "throwed out".
When shaping the connection using a Cisco router, the problem disapears, but I have only been able to do this by bandwith, not by packets/s. As a result, the bandwith has to be shaped down to approx. 1.7 Mbit on the link...
Does anyone have a suggestion how to solve the problem, and do You have expeiriences of how many packets/s a Cisco 340 bridge should forward before throwing away packets ?
While running larger packets (ie FTP) the link is operating normal (6-7 Mbit/s)
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