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Revit - Colabaration C4R Networks | Best practices

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Revit - Colabaration C4R Networks | Best practices

Hi Autodeskers,

 

I've been reading the other posts on the subject but I see nothing clear.
I'm interested in compiling best practices to collaborate on projects using Revit C4R (collaboration for revit) for a LAN and a WAN.

 

It will also be important to know your recommendations for the following settings:
-Projects top of 300MB (more tan 300mb)
-Team Work: 20-25 people
-Server With OS Windows Server 2003 R2 Standard Edition SP1
-HP Proliant ML110 G6, Intel Xeon Processor X3430 at 2.4GHz, 12/4 Gb RAM USABLE), 1 HDD 250 GB, Hard Drive 4 TB

 

What are the optimal requirements?
What is the recommendation to avoid network latency?
How the network is configured?

 

I appreciate your time and your comments

Thanks!

Roberto Tsuri

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KyleB_Autodesk
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@Anonymous wrote:

Hi Autodeskers,

 

I've been reading the other posts on the subject but I see nothing clear.
I'm interested in compiling best practices to collaborate on projects using Revit C4R (collaboration for revit) for a LAN and a WAN.

 

It will also be important to know your recommendations for the following settings:
-Projects top of 300MB (more tan 300mb)
-Team Work: 20-25 people
-Server With OS Windows Server 2003 R2 Standard Edition SP1
-HP Proliant ML110 G6, Intel Xeon Processor X3430 at 2.4GHz, 12/4 Gb RAM USABLE), 1 HDD 250 GB, Hard Drive 4 TB

 

What are the optimal requirements?
What is the recommendation to avoid network latency?
How the network is configured?

 

I appreciate your time and your comments

Thanks!

Roberto Tsuri


Bandwidth is the primary consideration.  The machines running Revit should be able to ramp to at least 5Mbps symmetrical for burst transfers, but 15-20Mbps is optimal.  Our pre-fetching strategy reduces some of the dependency on bandwidth, but it's still the main consideration.

 

As for latency, we've done a good amount of work to reduce # of calls, in order to decrease sensitivity to latency in the duration of commands.  In general though, you're best avoiding a strategy to route cloud worksharing traffic through a proxy, and instead route it straight out to the open web for each LAN.

 

-Kyle



Kyle Bernhardt
Director
Building Design Strategy
Autodesk, Inc.

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Anonymous
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Sorry for the late response, I was making several test, youre rigth, thanks Kyle

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