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    Re: Terminal Service Client SLOW over VPN

    But why would I need to do this? On XP this is not necessary and it is on the same network as this linux box and there is no problem what so ever.

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    Re: Terminal Service Client SLOW over VPN

    Oh...well I guess Cisco VPN is different than Open VPN. I'm not really sure.

    I just know from my experiance with VPN I had to forward ports. Maybe someone else has a suggestion.


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    Re: Terminal Service Client SLOW over VPN

    Oh, yeah, Cisco is quite different. I am not using Cisco, I'm using the MS VPN. But thanks for the help.

    If anyone else has any ideas, that would be great!

    Thanks,


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    Re: Terminal Service Client SLOW over VPN

    Hi,

    Exact same question here ... I'm struggling with these for years ...

    I believe the problem is with the RDP implemention on Linux.

    I start the VPN and I have a very good response from the server that I want to connect to (15 ms) but any time I start the connection using or Remmina or
    remote Desktop Viewer the ICMP response increase to 450 to 500 ms and keep
    on these values during all the time that I have the RDP connection established.

    The RDP Linux implementation "eat" the available bandwidth.

    As focused, and I already make the same experience, if using a XP VM on same Linux machine that I have the prob, RDP is lightning fast so the problem isn't in the network itself nor the port fowarding config at router level as suggested.

    Also I already use the same Linux machine using RDP directly on LAN (without VPN) where the Server that I want connect lives. Of course the connection is faster because I have 100 Mbps available but sluggish that a native XP to 2003 RDP connection.

    Since I need a reliable RDP/VPN I still to continue to use and keep a Windows machine to do the job in a workable way...

    All the Best

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