To All,

I did fail to mention that we are using FreeBSD Version 4.5 !

Thank you,
Alan

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Pascal Giannakakis" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
To: "agmesctaykira" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
Cc: <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
Sent: Thursday, February 13, 2003 7:09 AM
Subject: Re: FreeBSD and DSL CONNECTIVITY ISSUES,


| > To All, 
| >  
| > We are running a server using FreeBSD and have been 
| > experiencing DSL connectivity issues from our customers. 
| > Our pages are basically all HTML and some Java applets. 
| > Customers are reporting issues such as; 
| >  
| > "Recently I've noticed that your site operates very slowly.  When I am 
| > surfing at ****, the speed gradually decreases until it won't navigate at
| all 
| > anymore.  sometimes **** even breaks my dsl connection somehow and I have 
| > to re-start my computer.  One one occasion it actually crashed my machine 
| > and caused it to re-boot.  These issues are not occurring when visiting
| other 
| > websites.  Any ideas?" 
| >  
| > Does anyone have any further thoughts on this issue? 
|  
| Any information in the log files? You could enable PPP logging (see ppp
| manpage if you 
| are actually using it). Did you control the serverload and/or networkload?
| Tools such 
| as KDE's ksysguard(d) or gkrellm could help you. They are available from the
| ports. 
| Also, please supply version-info. 
|  
| If you are very new to FreeBSD you might want to check the handbook at 
| http://www.freebsd.org/handbook/. 
|  
| 
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