Which hardware?

Oliver Grawert ogra at ubuntu.com
Fri Jun 16 12:12:00 BST 2006

Am Freitag, den 16.06.2006, 11:51 +0200 schrieb peter:
> A little something I didn't read anything about... When not using
> compression on XDMCP and the users do a lot with moving images
> (videostreams e.g.) the bandwith a single thin client can take up is ~40
> Mbit /sec. It's not hard to imagine your whole network will come down if
> a few users do such things simultaneously and your terminal server is
> connected to the network using a 100Mbit/sec NIC.
> That's why it's a whise thing to connect your terminalserver(s) etc.
> using 1Gbit/sec NIC's and use a proper GBit switch for your networks
> backbone.
please note here that ubuntu ltsp does use ssh for X forwarding. XDMCP
is disabled for security reasons setting the NETWORK_COMPRESSION
lts.conf option to "True" enables ssh compression.

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