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Old 03-30-2004, 03:08 PM   #1
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all messenger msn yahoo disconnect on a linux platform server


i am using a linux box for a proxy server using a squid 2.4 stable 7 .
loaded with 100 users .
on peak time all type of messenger start to sign out after signing in 2 min and till now i couldent find a reason wy , knowing that it is not a matter of bandwidth coz did not yet reach the 60% load limits .

any advise for a linux box to use as a proxy server powered with a squid were i can shape the trafic and manage the speed limits for the outgowing and the incomming source
 
  


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