From: Marc Powell <marc@en...> - 2004-07-29 16:56:16
Philip Fizur <mailto:pfizur@...> wrote:
> It's been working like a dream then I had to mess with perfection.=20
> The wife wanted to go wireless, so I bought a Netgear MA401 and,
> whilst setting that up, decided to releave my Debian box of it's
> NAT/Router duties and let the MA401 handle it all. =20
> Now the Debian box is behind the MA401 which port forwards almost all
> incoming traffic to the Debian box. Since doing this SM has gotten
> SLOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWW as all get out. I've
> gone over the logs, dosen't look like any errors are being generated.
> Im trying the IMAP proxy suggested in the FAQ as we speak. I guess
> my questions are: =20
> a) has anyone else experienced this?
> b) besides those suggestions offered in the FAQ does anyone have any
> performance boosting tips?=20
Since you've introduced a new network device, my first instinct is to
question whether speed and duplex are hard coded on all devices and
match? Auto-negotiation or mismatched speed and duplex could definitely
cause slowness or other odd behavior. Leaving autonegotiation on and
hoping that each vendor's implementation of the spec are the same is
just asking for trouble. I've seen it far too often where they're not,
especially for 100/fast.
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