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*Alex, Nick
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Excessive Network Traffic on A2K

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03-21-2001 08:06 PM
We have several A2k standalone installation running on a 10./100 Ethernet
network connecting to a NT SBS server where all the drawings are stored.
Where a drawing has an embedded Excel sheet, simply moving the mouse across
the screen causes many packets to be sent over the network, as monitored by
Network Monitor. The volume of network traffic is unduly slowing the network
down for all users.
Can anyone offer any advice please.
Thanks
*Support\, Autodesk
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Re: Excessive Network Traffic on A2K

03-21-2001 10:14 PM in reply to: *Alex, Nick
Nick,

Does this also happen if the Excel Sheet is embedded into another
application such as Word ?
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Simon Gillis
Autodesk DPG Product Support EMEA

"Nick Alex" wrote in message
news:6B6DCB3D18B87AB52BDA27209BEED7FB@in.WebX.maYIadrTaRb...
> We have several A2k standalone installation running on a 10./100 Ethernet
> network connecting to a NT SBS server where all the drawings are stored.
> Where a drawing has an embedded Excel sheet, simply moving the mouse
across
> the screen causes many packets to be sent over the network, as monitored
by
> Network Monitor. The volume of network traffic is unduly slowing the
network
> down for all users.
> Can anyone offer any advice please.
> Thanks
>

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