The new LAN software seems to open new possibilities for remote DX-ing. Today remote operation of a "traditional non SDR TRX " is feasible with low speed internet access networks like DSL and less than 1 Mbit/s uplink. Even as low as 250 kbit/ s is fessible for full remote operation and controlling of TRX, amplifiers and rotors at remote QTH. Now 4G is rolled out with considerable higher speeds and low latencies. With a new Flex radio and LAN software what is the minimum WAN speed needed on the internet access link for a basic acceptable dual receiving operation (no waterfalls or other bandwidht requiring features)? Or in other words - with e g maximum 2 Mbit/s down and uplink what functions of a Flex radio setup and the new remote LAN software can not be achieved? Will the receivers performance (dynamic range) for strong signals be degraded with this low bandwidth for remote operation?