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Old 11-04-2003, 07:59 AM   #1
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Apache slow through firewall

Running RH9 u2dated on a PIII-500 with 256MB RAM.

Intranet is fine in-house but quite slow if accessed from the outside world through a broadband router/NAT/firewall. FTP is OK and so is SSH.

The Linux box is and we have a Win2k/IIS server (being replaced!) 'next door' at Access to IIS is as quick as expected.

As we need to parallel run for a while, we have configured NAT routing to the boxes so the IIS (live) server is on port 80 for the outside world and the Linux/Apache server is 8080 to the outside world, redirected in-house to port 80 on by the router/NAT box.

I'd like to remove the IIS server and have the Linux box directly on port 80 but the server is needed 24/7 at the moment so I can't change it until the Linux box is full installed and tested.

Any initial thoughts?



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