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That's a bit of a problem. First of all, what does your VPN tunnel with? IPsec?
The channel Settings also have bandwidth limitations, so try rebooting and reconnecting to the VPN when not in use.
ADSL does not solve the problem.
If you use XP, you can start the menu on the computer, run CMD, and enter tracertXXX.xxx.xxx. XXX, where XXX stands for the IP address of the parent company. Take a look at which hop count (on your path to the server) you will spend more time on.
If the building Lord provides more information may be good judgment to write, at present I think it is likely to be VPN connection problem, restart estimate can solve... Or maybe your gateway can be rebooted. If there is a problem with the VPN connection to the headquarters, it calls the gateway of the headquarters and checks to see if there is a problem (or if the network elsewhere is too slow to connect to the VPN of the headquarters). If there is a problem, it is the equipment of the headquarters and asks the head office to restart the router, i.e. the server).
If there is no solution... ADSL redial try, gateway does not rule out the possibility of problems.
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