Region / Bordercrossing Question

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Region / Bordercrossing Question

drwhiet@spacefriends.de
Hello List,

what exactly is responsible for good Sim Crossings ?
Is it the Amount of RAM on the Machine or is it the processor
or the network connection (in this case the upload bandwidth) ?

Here at home i have a german telekom VDSL 50MBit (down) and
with 5 Mbit Upload Speed .. What does a typically server in
a hosting Enviroment has to offer (in case its the upload bandwith) ?

Thank you and best regards,
Word



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Re: Region / Bordercrossing Question

Diva Canto
There are 3 links involved in region crossings and TPs:
(a) Client <--> Region A
(b) Client <--> Region B
(c) Region A <--> Region B
(Visualize a triangle)

The faster these links are, the smoother crossings will be.
Also, the less baggage the avie carries, the smoother it will be.

StefanL wrote:

> Hello List,
>
> what exactly is responsible for good Sim Crossings ?
> Is it the Amount of RAM on the Machine or is it the processor
> or the network connection (in this case the upload bandwidth) ?
>
> Here at home i have a german telekom VDSL 50MBit (down) and
> with 5 Mbit Upload Speed .. What does a typically server in
> a hosting Enviroment has to offer (in case its the upload bandwith) ?
>
> Thank you and best regards,
> Word
>
>
>
> _______________________________________________
> Opensim-users mailing list
> [hidden email]
> https://lists.berlios.de/mailman/listinfo/opensim-users
>
>  

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