Re: [GnomeMeeting-list] Traffic congestion


You probably have a DSL connection of bad quality where uploading means
"no download". If it is the case, you can always reduce the number of
frames per second, the quality, and so on. If you chose ADSL as
connection type in the configuration druid, good default settings should
be set and you shouldn't have any problem.

A good tool to limit the upload speed in general is iptraf under linux.

Le jeu 14/11/2002 à 18:41, Gilles Sadowski a écrit :
> Hello.
> First, as I'm new to the list: Thank you (Merci :-) for GnomeMeeting.
> I've noticed the following rather annoying phenomenon: when in a 
> connection with gnomemeeting, all my other network connections (http, 
> ssh, ...) are stalled. Is it normal?
> We have a 750 kb/s (128 kb/s upload) aDSL connection.
> Is there a way to limit the bandwidth used by an application to leave 
> room for other kinds of traffic?
> I'm not sure this is the right place to ask this question but even it is 
> not directly related to gnomemeeting, maybe someone will have an idea on 
> how to try and solve the problem.
> Thanks for your time.
> Gilles
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