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Last post Tue, Oct 12 2010 by shakuman, 3 replies.
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Posted on Mon, Jun 07 2010 10:47
by fermuscolo
Joined on Tue, Jan 19 2010, Posts 15
Hello, I have the computers with VEPRO connected to a Gigabyte switch and the switch connected to a 10/100 router with wireless and the router to the cable modem. The thing is because the router assign the IPs the speed between the VEPRO computers are downgraded to 10/100? Most of the time the system works well but i sometimes have some cracks in the sound but maybe is the computer load and not the network so I like to be sure. Thanks!
Posted on Mon, Jun 07 2010 13:22
by cgernaey
Joined on Mon, Apr 04 2005, Detroit-Michigan, Posts 1062

Connect the two computers together directly with no switches/routers.  Manually assign IP Address information.  That will tell you if it's "network" or "computer load".

Also, if you look at the bottom right corner of VE Pro you can see the CPU load/utilization percentage.  Each VE Pro window has it's own so be sure you're adding up the combination of all of them or go into task manager and watch the CPU % while playing back during problem areas.


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Posted on Tue, Oct 12 2010 01:04
by shakuman
Joined on Sat, Apr 21 2007, UK, Posts 161

Hi All.

I have my VE Pro in slave computer and I connect
both with gigabit ethernet cable just what I need the setup in how to
connet both PCs togother ( my first PC is windows 7 64bit ultimate and my second PC is windows XP 32bit SP2 ) really it is important..

All the best.

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