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Subject: RE: The distance between Server & client when using ODBC
Thread ID: 78732 Message ID: 78967 # Views: 1 # Ratings: 0
Version: Visual FoxPro 7 Category: ODBC, ADO and OLEDB
Date: Tuesday, October 11, 2005 4:54:36 PM         
   


> > > Hi all,
> > >
> > > My accounting system is using ODBC to connect to Server SQL 2K, and another client which connects to SQL SERVER through ODBC. Our LAN's speed is 100-1000 Mbps. So, what is the max length between client and Server to ensure that the system OK when operating. Data isn't being lost when update or the connections isn't dropped when users connect to SQL SERVER.
> > >
> > > Thank so much. Nice working day
> > > daquoc

> >
> > It depends - do you have a lot of heavy machinery running? What category of wire are you using? Is it shielded?
> >
> > Ken

>
> Yeah, we're using Fiber-Optic Cable in star-LAN (multi-mode 62.5/125 4 cores). Server Dual CPU Xeon 3.2. Is it OK?.
> Thank a lot.
> Daquoc


I am not sure about this, but I believe that with fiberoptics, the distance you can go is measured in miles - not feet. If you are talking about operations in the same city block, you should be good to go.

Ken

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The distance between Server & client when using ODBC Posted by An Quoc Duong @ 10/7/2005 10:19:37 AM
RE: The distance between Server & client when using ODBC Posted by Ken Murphy @ 10/7/2005 4:43:36 PM
RE: The distance between Server & client when using ODBC Posted by An Quoc Duong @ 10/11/2005 5:43:29 AM
RE: The distance between Server & client when using ODBC Posted by Ken Murphy @ 10/11/2005 4:54:36 PM
RE: The distance between Server & client when using ODBC Posted by An Quoc Duong @ 10/12/2005 3:44:31 AM