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Old 04-01-2005, 01:46 PM   #1
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Question speed comparison

after spending time on squid and iptables i found that

iptables mean linux treated as router (masquerade) work fast as compare to squid proxy server
why i don't know

on client side i checked this speed
when ever i open yahoo through masquerade , the side opens with in
6 seconds (average) on dial up speed
but when i chage the browser setting to proxy seting , the speed decrase to 10 to 15 and some time more than 18 seconds on the same site.

what is this ?

without cache speed is fast why ?
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