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13. May 2008 at 9:25 #1190
Hope you can help/point me in the right direction
Have rolled out about 14 Wyse thins currently all using dual 19″ Monitors.
Ever since putting them into the enviroment users are complaining about loss of performance on the HP thins we already have in the business and on the Wyse terminals.
All thins connect into a virtual 2003 TS enviroment running PMF Software.
I have been told there is a way to run a trace from the Wyse terminal to report on Bandwidth/Performance?
Is there a way to view this or do i need to raise an issue with Wyse?
Any help greatly appreciated.
Thanks13. May 2008 at 12:09 #12931thinkthinMember
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The “trace” you are after is a network capture which you can do with WireShark.
Now to your issue, if you are seeing this issue on all clients I would look server side. It could be a load issue as you added 14 extra connections to the environment.
– Are they all on one server? How many?
– Is it WAN or LAN?
– Whats the nature of the issue, intermittent slow down?
– Have to done any logging on the server?
– If its WAN what policy mapping do you have?
-TT13. May 2008 at 12:16 #12933
Thanks for the rep
In response to your questions
– Are they all on one server? How many? No we have a server farm of 32
– Is it WAN or LAN? WAN
– Whats the nature of the issue, intermittent slow down? Yes users are remotely intermittent slow down of things.
– Have to done any logging on the server? We have ran perfmon’s which have shown no issues server side.
– If its WAN what policy mapping do you have? Each client run’s under the PMF policy.
The WAN is very large spread across nearly 14 sites.
However 10 of these thins are going into the same switch.13. May 2008 at 13:18 #12935akwoolfMember
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For what is is worth, we have many intermittent issues in my environment, as well. We are using System version 6.1.0_08 and are experiencing random latency issues. Very annoying to users, as we are just going from a PC to an all thin client environment.
We have been doing much performance monitoring on the server side, and have been monitoring the network, with no ill results noted.
We have a fairly small Citrix thin client environment that includes 6 servers at a central site that currently serve about 100 thin clients across 5 remote sites. The latency issues happen randomly, and occur regardless of the connected server. These random slowness/latency issues are holding up a larger thin client deployment.
Does this sound familiar to anyone?14. May 2008 at 7:22 #12944
Can you recommend the best way to run a wireshark scan?
Does it need to be installed onto a Wyse terminal or can i run it remotely?14. May 2008 at 14:17 #12946akwoolfMember
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We usually running an end-to-end scan to test the links between sites. We have a machine located centrally and a machine running remotely.14. May 2008 at 16:10 #12950ConfGenKeymaster
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Wireshark can run on any machine on the network. If you are using switches you have to mirror the port of the Wyse client or the server to monitor the traffic.
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