on 03/09/04 20:04, Steven Stratford at [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: > It might be because I have to use NTLM? > > --Steve > > > On 9/3/04 5:44 PM, "Laurent Daudelin" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: > >> on 03/09/04 11:43, Steven Stratford at [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: >> >>> Question: Seems slow. Are there ways/tricks for speeding things up? Our >>> network is 100baseT so itıs not slow when I connect directly to our proxy >>> server. >> >> I've been using Authoxy since version 2.1 (or 2.2 maybe) and I've never >> noticed any slowdown. Not that there isn't any, just that I've never noticed >> them if there are some. I regularly transfer files from my PeeCee to my >> PowerBook, also over a 100BaseT connection, through a DHCP setup. >> >> -Laurent. >
Quite possible but only Heath would be able to tell for sure... -Laurent. -- ============================================================================ Laurent Daudelin AIM/iChat: LaurentDaudelin <http://nemesys.dyndns.org> Logiciels Nemesys Software mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Brooks's Law prov.: "Adding manpower to a late software project makes it later" -- a result of the fact that the expected advantage from splitting development work among N programmers is O(N) (that is, proportional to N), but the complexity and communications cost associated with coordinating and then merging their work is O(N^2) (that is, proportional to the square of N). The quote is from Fred Brooks, a manager of IBM's OS/360 project and author of "The Mythical Man-Month" (Addison-Wesley, 1975, ISBN 0-201-00650-2), an excellent early book on software engineering.