We are running mainly thin clients over a point 2 point. We have two different locations connecting to a central location via p2p. We are getting screen paints and choppiness from the two locations. If you are locally surfing the web from the ts server it comes right up but not via the p2p. The result is the same whether you have 30 users logged on at a site or 2 users logged on. I am running out of ideas to resolve the issue. And not even convinced it is a network issue at this point. Any help would be appreciated.
The following config is the Core Router which is a 3600 series. Which will be followed by the two satellite location configs.
Re: Point-to-Point Slowness Issue need help please
It seems that you have problems in LANs.
Check that speed/duplex settings matches on your routers interfaces and switch ports to which the routers are connected. Check cables. Try to change to half-duplex. In normal situation there should be no CRC errors on LAN interface AT ALL.
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