Applies to Models: Wave
This article considers a max number of connections to a single Wave Server. In multi-Server systems, designers should consider the number of desktop clients and the number of devices available on each Server to avoid any potential bottlenecks.
Explanation of Behavior:
- The number of concurrent Desktop clients that can connect to any Wave Server is limited by the number of TCP connections a Server can support - for the Wave Server, that number is now 2000 concurrent TCP connections per Server.
- Practically speaking, to calculate the maximum number of Desktop client connections to a single Server in a System, you should use the metrics and formulas in the resolution section.
- Each Desktop client connecting to the Server = 5 TCP Connections
- Each Device being viewed in Desktop client = 1 TCP Connection
- Max Clients = 5 x (Total Number of Clients) + (Average # of Devices per Client x Total Number of Clients)
- Max Clients = 400 Desktop Clients w/ no displayed devices
- Max Clients = 80 Desktop Clients with an average of 20 devices displayed per client
- Max Clients = 28 Desktop Clients with 64 devices displayed per client