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This is a discussion topic about Load Balancing Feature
in Kerio 6.5


Please, if you use this feature tell us about it, the good & the bad things you noticed..

-(specialty if you):
1- use balancing for connections , not for hosts.
2- included HTTP/port80 in balancing NAT.
3- what about secured sites, they accepted this ?

4- did it improve downloading speed for 1 file downloaded with a download manager that can part this file ?
for ex: downloading 1 file at 8 parts, did these 8 parts/connections divided between 2 internet lines?
So if 1 DSL line speed = 2mb
this file will downloaded at 4mb (4 connections for each line)?

5- Any other notices, advices, problems you may discovered.

Remember, this is an open topic for discussing this feature,
So You are welcomed Smile


Thanks to ALL,,,

Mohammad Habeeb
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