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    How to calcualte, in the main.asc, the max connections and the max bandwidth that my server can support?

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    Well i assume you are using the trial version, in which case you are limited to ten connections.

    If not, when you bought the software licence, it tells you how many connections you have.

    The closest you will get to getting the max bandiwdth your server can allow is the:

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    Client.getBandwidthLimit()
    Method. Maybe you should read the help files for more information on that method.

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    i'm pretty sure that's defined in the vhost.xml

    but you should know how many users you are allowed to have by the license you purchased

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    Smile Real Thanks

    Originally posted by euga
    How to calcualte, in the main.asc, the max connections and the max bandwidth that my server can support?
    Real thank you to all!!

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    Just a quick update - Looking at the admin section of the trial server, it sais the license is good for 500 users, same as the pro version.

    Psx

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    Holy cow, the price for the pro version is not less than $4500 bucks! And have you noticed the flashcom.exe file? Its a friggin selfcontained flash movie!!! Im so very confused...

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