Yes, it is the same machine. So looks like this is a machine problem and
not NIC or m0n0wall?!
--On 3. december 2005 20:51 -0300 Daniel Ortiz <zaterio at othernet dot cl> wrote:
> I have the same problem in a similar machine (old Compaq 166Mhz 64 Mb
> ram, i dont remember the model rigth now):
> the mainboard have a no estándar slot (like a big agp port), in this slot
> exist a litle board with 3 ISA and 2 PCI port, one ISA and one PCI port
> are "shared" another words: the maximun speed if the two port are used is
> not more that 5000 kbps independent of the nic used (10 or 100 Mbit),My
> experience say that: i probe with pfsense, mikrotik and m0n0wall and
> always the maximun speed was 5000 kbps...maybe your situation is similar
> to the mine
> sorry my english
> -----Mensaje original-----
> De: Sasa Stupar [mailto:sasa at stupar dot homelinux dot net]
> Enviado el: Sábado, 03 de Diciembre de 2005 16:39
> Para: M0n0Wall ML
> Asunto: Re: [m0n0wall] Slow speed between LAN and DMZ
> --On 3. december 2005 10:06 -0500 "Christopher M. Iarocci"
> <iarocci at eastendsc dot com> wrote:
>> Sasa Stupar wrote:
>>> First my hardware: old Compaq Deskpro 2000 5166 with P166, 64MB RAM, 3
>>> NIC Intel Pro 100S Desktop. My network is 100 Mbit.
>>> In DMZ I have a file server (samba), web, mail. Transfer speed between
>>> LAN and DMZ is max about 50 % of possible ( arround 5200 KBps) with
>>> Trafic Shaper disabled. If I enable Trafic Shaper (with option to
>>> share bandwidth evenly on LAN than speed reaches max at 4200 KBps. If
>>> I move server in the LAN then I have speed at max arround 10000KBps.
>>> Server in DMZ is connected directly to m0n0 DMZ NIC, LAN users are
>>> connected via switch to m0n0.
>>> Previously I had Realtek cards 8139 series and they all told me to buy
>>> a good NIC such as Intel. The speed before was about 300 Bps slower
>>> than with Intel NIC.
>>> Is there anyhing to do to boost transfer between LAN and DMZ?
>> The key is to find your bottleneck. Have you looked at memory and
>> processor usage during the transfers? If so, what did you find? If not,
>> do that and let us know what you find.
> My CPU usage is during the transfer at 1-2% and memory is stable at 35%.
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