08-18-2006 10:09 AM
08-18-2006 12:21 PM
I don’t know that there’s a “speed requirement” per-se, but the faster the better. When you connect to the remote front panel, some portion of code is downloaded to your client computer, then the data updates are sent through a protocol based on TCP/IP. Your title mentions DSL which (at least on my home computer) has pretty good download rates, but much (MUCH) slower upload rates. If you are serving panels from a DSL machine you might have more problems than if your client machine was a DSL machine. In either case, I imagine any broadband connection would be just fine. I do recommend checking with your DSL provider to make sure that serving pages is within the scope of your TOS.
08-18-2006 12:30 PM
Thank you! I guess we will go with the highest rate the can provide!