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Old 05-18-2004, 06:40 AM   #1
lapthorn
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FTP bandwidth throttle


I am using Red Hat as an FTP server, rather than use the standard vsftpd that came with the distro I have installed WU-FTP just because a lot of the FTp'ing is anonymous and overwriting previous files which I had problems with vsftpd setting up.

When I connect to the server now from the LAN, I get a download speed of ~70Kb/s

If I open up multiple FTP session from my PC to the server they all appear to download at 70Kb/s.

I can't see in the configuration file anything to do with Bandwidth throttleing but something appears to be controlling the bandwidth.

My WU-FTP server is running under xinet. Can anyone suggest what could cause this?
 
  


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