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  •  What's a "two way feed"? (1+ / 0-)
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    Any network connection is two way by default, and a VPN requires communication in both directions to maintain the tunnel.  Even sending the backup data is a two way communication, because the receiving end needs to notify the sending end of receipt of each packet.

    Supreme executive power derives from a mandate from the masses, not from some... farcical aquatic ceremony!

    by imatlas on Fri Oct 31, 2008 at 07:03:22 PM PDT

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      So it is normal to have a two-way feed then is what you are saying? Do the time stamps mean anything in this context? There is also apparently a delay for when the VPN viewers see the data vs. when the data goes to the main stream of information. Do you see anything strange in this set-up or does it look standard? If you do see something, what do you see that you have questions about? You need not know what it means, but simply something that raises questions. If it looks kosher, that is fine too:)

      If man was devolving into a psychotic pit of rotted plasma, Rove would be the Alpha of such grime - By Some Smart Ass

      by Larisa on Fri Oct 31, 2008 at 07:08:15 PM PDT

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