we produce industrial machines with Windows-PCs which we have to connect with from time to time. But because of customer restrictions, what we (annoyingly) very often have to do is, to connect via TV to a "Man-in-the-middle"-PC at customers site and from there in the local network again with TV to our PC.
This of course slows everything down: input reaction time, screen refreshing time and so on. Also you have to look at screen-in-screen-in-screen and have no direct file transfer.
Is there a possibility to recognize and optimize these situations? Maybe that the second connection is somehow tunneled directly from the industrial pc to my own.
Thank you. Greetings, Sebastian
I can imagine that situation.
I can connecto to my clients Server, and almost to all Clients PC.
I can't connect to some of them as these PC have not Active INET Connection.
I can connect to them localy by LOCAL CONNECTION (LAN - Local IP - for example. 192.168.0.x )
Did you try this following possible solutions ?