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DungeonMaster

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Is there a limit with bandwidth?
For the Web interface or connector?
When I download from kerio, the speed is just 1 Mbit.
Never more. As if there is a limit in speed.
Server has 80 Mbits upload.

This is the second server with the same problem.
OS is windows 2008 server web edition.
First Server is collocated at LeaseWeb.
Second Server is collocated at KeyWeb.

Am I missing something?
Locally the speed is normal. From the internet it is 1 Mbit.
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TorW

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There is no bandwidth limiter in KMS. That would be really silly. What is the bandwidth where you download from webmail?
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My IT Indy

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Sounds like your Internet connection is the problem. Maybe you're not using internal DNS so you're going out onto the Internet and then back in? Set up DNS to point directly at the Kerio MailServer internally and enjoy your bandwidth.

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DungeonMaster

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HoosierMac I don't understand what you mean. My server is on a hosting company and my main DNS for my domain is pointing kerio.******.com to the IP of the kerio server. I thing this is ok.

The thing is that the problem is there even if I login to the server directly with its static IP, so I don't thing it is a DNS problem.

As for the bandwidth. My server has 100Mbits unlimited connection. If I download something from lets say ftp from the server, I get full speed of my home DSL, 18Mbits. I have tested the server. It has more than 85Mbits real bandwidth.
If I download an attachment from kerio, I get exactly 1Mbit. That is from webmail or from outlook connector or pop3 or IMAP. That's it. No more, as if there is a hard limit there.

I start to think that this is a problem with windows. Maybe because the server runs web edition of windows server and I am missing something?

I don't know what is happening. It is really annoying.

[Updated on: Sun, 24 January 2010 12:01]

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My IT Indy

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I understand you now, sorry for the confusion. I thought you were running it internally.

I don't know where the problem lies, I'm not a Windows guy, certainly not a Windows server guy. We host our servers on CentOS boxes and don't have any speed issues in our Datacenter.

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freakinvibe

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Perhaps there is a firewall inbetween that limits by protocol?

You say FTP is fast, but Kerio Webmails download are over HTTP, so, if you have another web site at your hoster, can you try downloading from there?

Also, do you use SSL for web mail? If so could it be that SSL is the bottleneck (encrypting/decrypting)?

Regards, Pascal

[Updated on: Mon, 25 January 2010 12:23]


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