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*Vergara, Robert
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Network Rendering

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01-31-2000 08:10 AM
I have a Client that is interested in network rendering with 3D Studio Viz,
they have 20 computers running on 10mbs. A third of the computers would be
doing the rendering. Our only concern is the impact if any on network
performance. (TCP/IP, DHCP, Windows NT 4.0)
*Brown, Anne
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Re: Network Rendering

02-02-2000 07:40 AM in reply to: *Vergara, Robert
Robert -

The VIZ group is on another server so I cannot move your message
for you. You need to repost it. The 3D Studio forum is located
at http://support.ktx.com/~8. I'd suggest you go to that
newsgroup for support and repost your message there.

The main Kinetix Online—Visualization, Animation, and Multimedia
center is
http://ktx.com/html/product_support.html. Visit the Kinetix
Support Index for a listing of services, including discussion
groups, available from Kinetix.
--
Anne Brown
Autodesk Sysop/Moderator
Discussion Q&A: http://www.autodesk.com/discussion

Robert Vergara wrote:
>
> I have a Client that is interested in network rendering with 3D Studio Viz,
> they have 20 computers running on 10mbs. A third of the computers would be
> doing the rendering. Our only concern is the impact if any on network
> performance. (TCP/IP, DHCP, Windows NT 4.0)

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