LNS affects the speed of network

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  1. fd222

    fd222 Registered Member

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    Since I've installed it for 1 or 2 month,it looks that there's some influence about my network's speed..

    I wanna know why and how to solve it.

    Postscript:the transmission capability will be turn unsteadiness by the datapackage increasing....

    I hope someone can explain it,thanks!
     
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  2. Frederic

    Frederic LnS Developer

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    How do you observe it ?
    Is it through P2P downloads ?
    Since there is no open issue or similar report like this, it's too soon to give you a solution without having more information.
    I'm not sure to understand that, could you give an example ?

    Thanks,

    Frederic
     
  3. fd222

    fd222 Registered Member

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    Hi,
    Frederic

    Thank you,

    These are what I want to express.....

    1.I want to know why the datas increasing,the transmission effects will be cut down

    2.Also,I want to know how it's working and it's working mechanism.


    for example,when I transport some datas,there's no exception,but if the datas are continuously increasing ,it will be affect my network's speed seriously..... of course,it does affect my working efficiency....

    Now,I feel it's turnning slower indeed,but there's some strange,not all the pages like this ,only a few .....

    oh,my god,more stranger,when I close the LNS instead of Outpost, this phenomenon disappear....

    It let me be crazy....

    Oh,God bless me......


    Thanks,
     
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  4. Phant0m

    Phant0m Registered Member

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    You have the two firewalls (Look 'n' Stop and Outpost) installed together?
     
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    Phant0m Registered Member

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    If that is indeed the case, and the both with packet filtering enabled, ... that could explain the slowness.

    If you have the two installed at once, remove Outpost, re-boot, remove Look 'n' Stop, re-boot, reinstall Look 'n' Stop, re-boot. And validate, then we discuss Network File and Printer sharing rules. ;)
     
  6. fd222

    fd222 Registered Member

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    Thank you ,I think I've solved it..
     
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