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Old 08-30-2004, 10:05 AM   #1
svearike
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Slow ftpserver transfers


bash-2.05b# proftpd --version
- ProFTPD Version 1.2.9

I have a basic config file.. nothing added nor removed.
It runs through inetd.

I'm on slackware 10.0 kernel 2.6.8-1
I'm on 100 mbit card but can hardly get over 60-200 kbit, and that is very very slow.
but using ftp-client on the other hand will allow me to download with nearly 100 mbit ..
so nothing wrong with hardware, only software.
how can I change this?
 
Old 09-03-2004, 04:37 PM   #2
zatriz
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i'd suggest replacing the network card i had the same problem.
dont get any cheap ones you pay the price in performance.
try to avoid any realtek ripoffs.
go intel or 3com, netgear etc.
 
  


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