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Old 07-18-2004, 07:11 PM   #1
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packets sent VS packets received

Greetings -

When I view my network activity I notice that my packets sent to packets received ratio is about 1000 to 1. Right now (for example) its at 33,192 sent to 354 received. Now this may be fine.... but this may be wicked bad...
I wonder if this is a problem... and also I am wondering what may be causing it.

As you can probably tell I'm a total newbie - so please spare me.


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