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hey folks,

is there any possibility to set a network priority in Watchout when having more than one network adapter running? e.g. one on board and a 10G PCIe NIC with dual port...

side-question: is there any 10G NIC with WOL? Actually we only can finde the ASUS PEB-10G but it takes 4 weeks for delivery... any recommendations ? (no dual port necessary)

 

Thanks a lot

Martin

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6 hours ago, Martin Sohns said:

hey folks,

is there any possibility to set a network priority in Watchout when having more than one network adapter running? e.g. one on board and a 10G PCIe NIC with dual port...

No. It is important that the network interface used by WATCHOUT be the highest priority in the NIC priority Widows settings. So no, you can not set it in WATCHOUT, but yes, you can set it in Windows.

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ectoplasmosis, your statement could be misleading. I assume the SFP+ qualifier is how you arrive at the statement "No 10Gb SFP+ NICs that support WoL ..."

MS was looking for a PCIe interface and he indicates he is aware of a 10 Gb NIC compatible with Wake On LAN that is experiencing long delivery times, just looking for alternatives that are more readily available.

BTW, the WATCHPAX 60 includes a 10 Gb NIC that provides Wake On LAN function.

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jfk is right. Thanks.

 

One more very important thing: actually we have 10G ASUS NICs and the network is running great. Copying files to a network share folder on a second display computer is about 1.2 GB/s, so quite maxed out speed performance of the 10G network

BUT if I go online with a show on the same systems, the transfer rate is about 55MB/s (10.3 GB file transferred in 3 Minutes...) 

Hows that possible?

What protocol uses Watchout to send the files to the display computers? 

Any thoughts? 

 

Thanks a lot

 

Martin

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2 hours ago, Martin Sohns said:

... What protocol uses Watchout to send the files to the display computers? ...

File transfer communication between watchmaker and watchpoint is TCP. No file sharing OS services are used and should be disabled. Since its the two watchout family software packages talking to each other, i suspect the protocol is irrelevant.

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