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rruettgers -> Throughput into the DMZ is to low (1.Jul.2003 1:23:00 PM)

Hello...

I have an DMZ whis a Webserver in the DMZ, when I want to Copy new files to teh Webserver (like *.zip files for download) it takes for 50 MB more than 30 minutes. The outher direktion, from the DMZ to my Client its a normal Speed, like 50 MB 2 minutes ...
where is the mistake?

Thanks

RR




tshinder -> RE: Throughput into the DMZ is to low (2.Jul.2003 4:38:00 AM)

Hi RR,

What kind of DMZ?

Where is the client?

Where is the ISA Server?

Where is the Web Server?

Thanks!
Tom




rruettgers -> RE: Throughput into the DMZ is to low (2.Jul.2003 8:33:00 AM)

Hi,

Client's ---> ISA ---> Webserver ---> ISA ---> WWW
An the first ISA on this way makes the Problems.

so on...




olbap -> RE: Throughput into the DMZ is to low (7.Aug.2003 4:01:00 PM)

I have the same problem. Did you ever solved this problem. If so, how ?




tshinder -> RE: Throughput into the DMZ is to low (9.Aug.2003 4:50:00 PM)

Hey guys,

Just use FTP, that will allow you to copy the files.

HTH,
Tom




rruettgers -> RE: Throughput into the DMZ is to low (11.Aug.2003 8:20:00 AM)

Yes, this way is a very fast way, but it's not the sulution for me. But I hav fixed the Problem, it must be a Problem with the autentification in ActiveDirecory. My first config hade an AcitveDirectory in the LAN Networt and a NT 4.0 Domain in the DMZ for the Webserver. I updated them, and now everything is running normaly on the ne 2000 Server's with no AD in the DMZ and only lokal users in one Workgroup!
Bit FTP is also a good solution! But its FTP no the normal Fileaccess... [Cool]

CU all




olbap -> RE: Throughput into the DMZ is to low (26.Aug.2003 2:29:00 PM)

Hi, I've an NT-domain on the inside and a standalone W2K in the DMZ. Any solutions to that
problem.




rruettgers -> RE: Throughput into the DMZ is to low (26.Aug.2003 3:49:00 PM)

Update the NT 4.0 to 2000 or 2003. Or is this no way for you?

Greetz

RR

[ August 26, 2003, 03:49 PM: Message edited by: rruettgers ]




olbap -> RE: Throughput into the DMZ is to low (26.Aug.2003 10:52:00 PM)

I could use a W2K-server wich is a member of the
internal NT4 domain, but the NT domain won't be
2000(3) for a while.

olbap




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