24 kwietnia 2008 22:38I have been experiencing poor performance when using Live Mesh Remote Desktop to access my devices on my LAN (comparable to the performance one would expect connecting via a mid-grade internet connection).
I have tried turning off all firewalls, but this doesn't improve performance.
I'm using Vista Ultimate SP1 on all my devices and when I connect using the standard remote desktop connection, the performance is nearly as good as sitting at the local machine.
Why would Mesh Remote Desktop route traffic across the internet if the two devices are sitting on the same local network?
(Note that I did install the UAC prompt required "enhancements".)
- Zmodyfikowany przez MrPaulK 24 kwietnia 2008 22:39 typo
24 kwietnia 2008 23:57Right now Live Mesh Remote Desktop does indeed route traffic across the internet, even for two devices on the same local network, as this provides us with the highest chance of connectivity. However, true P2P is in the works.
25 kwietnia 2008 02:33WłaścicielThanks for reporting this issue. The Live Mesh team would like to investigate further. Could you please submit a bug and provide your servicing logs by following the steps below:
- Go to http://connect.microsoft.com
- Sign in and then select Live Mesh Tech Preview on Your Dashboard
- Click Feedback and follow the instructions for collecting your logs and then submit a bug
Note: you will have to submit a bug first, then edit it to attach your logs.
Again thank you,
Live Mesh Team
28 kwietnia 2008 22:12I have also noticed the same slow-down. A normal "remote desktop connection" is much faster.
Both on the same home network, both xp sp2.
6 maja 2008 18:23Reported the issue: https://connect.microsoft.com/feedback/ViewFeedback.aspx?FeedbackID=342117&SiteID=425
- Zmodyfikowany przez MrPaulK 6 maja 2008 18:24 url fix