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Network Performance Guidelines

Adverse effects
The application has a potential to adversely affect the network primarily through large data transfers broadcast and multicast transmissions.

Data Transfer Limit
The current workable limit for large data transfers over WANs is approx. 1 minute equal to approx. 25 Mbytes.

The application's performance over the network is primarily depending on:
There are certain application characteristics that may work acceptably well on a local machine, but when run across a network can cause a marked effect on performance and resource consumption. The following behaviors should be avoided:
TCP/IP-Specific Issues
Recognizing Slow Applications
Best Practices for Interactive Applications
Here are some general strategies to apply when writing applications:
And do the following when testing an application:

See also:

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