|reply to sundrop74 |
Re: Terrible Image Quality
Can also confirm that using a VPN (set to use the default gateway on the remote network) will circumvent the problem, too. With all the data being relayed over a secure tunnel, Verizon can't peek into the data, intercept the images, and compress (ruin) them.
Think I'll probably just stick with the CTRL/SHIFT workaround. Can save bandwidth when it doesn't matter and view the full version when needed.