Dear Antony, both proxies are virtual machines in the same DMZ....they
use the same DNS, the same firewall, the same Internet link, the same
IP but different MAC Address.
Firewall rules are the same too.
The new proxy is slow because when users try to go to a web page, it
is very slow in download the content page.....about 1 minute to do it.
The Dansguardian configuration is te same too.
I've past my configuration in the previous mail.
Thanks a lot !!!
2018-04-09 16:36 GMT-03:00 Antony Stone <antony.st...@squid.open.source.it>:
> On Monday 09 April 2018 at 21:00:21, Roberto Carna wrote:
>> Dear, I have implemented a server with Dansguardian 10.2.1.1 and Squid
>> I've tested it with 5 users for along 2 months and always it worked OK.
>> But today when a moved it to production environment, it worked but
>> very very slow.
> 1. What is "very very slow"? What difference are you noticing:
> - limited bandwidth for downloads?
> - high latency for reaching new URLs?
> - reduced ability to handle new requests?
> Basically, how are you measuring the difference between test performance and
> production performance?
> 2. Please explain your networking setups for the test and production
> - do they share the same Internet connection?
> - do they both go through the same firewall?
> - do they both use the same DNS server, or have their own DNS servers, or
> - are the same traffic rules implemented for each procy on the firewall/s?
> - do you use any form of user authentication, and if so, please give details
> 3. What volume of requests per hour / minute / day / whatever is convenient
> did you have in the test environment, and what volume do you have now in the
> production environment?
>> I've just changed hostname and IP, in order to match with the old proxy
>> server and flush de ARP table of the firewall (because ths server has the
>> IP but different MAC Address)....and no more. And let me say that in
>> production environment, there are 30-40 users at all, it's not a big number
>> of users at all.
>> Where can I start to see in order to analyze the problem? Any idea to help
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