Posted by MarcelDube
Henagon

TeamViewer from a remote loction

Hi.

I'm looking to move to a remote location with limited bandwidth. (25Mb download and 1mb upload) and i'm not sure this is enough of bandwidth. Could it be possible to use 2 internet account in order to boost the upload bandwidth? Dedicate one for teamViewer and the other for the others application. Or merge them and let Windows manage it.

Thanks' for your help.

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Posted by Senior Management
Senior Management
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Re: TeamViewer from a remote loction

Hi @MarcelDube

Interesting case!

Yes - that would work with the proper hardware. You need a load balancing router or you could setup a proxy on one of the internet connections and configure TeamViewer to use that proxy.

Best, Eduardo

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Posted by Senior Management
Senior Management
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Re: TeamViewer from a remote loction

Hi @MarcelDube

Interesting case!

Yes - that would work with the proper hardware. You need a load balancing router or you could setup a proxy on one of the internet connections and configure TeamViewer to use that proxy.

Best, Eduardo

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Posted by TeamViewer Staff
TeamViewer Staff

Re: TeamViewer from a remote loction

This depends on the resolution but this, 25Mb download and 1mb upload, should be good enough to use TeamViewer. There wouldn't be a need to boost bandwith but to increase performance.

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Posted by MarcelDube
Henagon

Re: TeamViewer from a remote loction

Thank you very much Eduardo. This is a good solution.

Thanks' again.

Posted by MarcelDube
Henagon

Re: TeamViewer from a remote loction

Thank you Lamar.

I'm still monitoring my usage and it confirm (most of the time) what you said. But some time (rarely) I go over 1Mo maybe because of my wife or something else and I wanted to be on the safe side since my work depends on it.

Thanks' again.