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Hey guys,

we have installed Winroute Firewall 6.7.1-6544 x86.
The internet-provider (cable) gives us 250kBytes/s Upload.

I can reach this upload during a 100MByte file http-upload without a http protocol inspector.

With an enabled protocol inspector we have max. 130 kBytes/s.

All settings are minimal, means:
* disabled bandwith limiter,
* disabled antivirus,
* disabled proxy,
* disabled transparent proxy

What can be here wrong?

Best regards

[Updated on: Wed, 07 April 2010 01:45]


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I dont think its about what you can do. When protocol inspector is anabled it does make the connection slower the normal, exatly because it is searching to find any "wrong access" inside that protocol communication.

Lots of virus use this kind of ability to access the internet and also your computer, so, enabling this service will make the connection slower, only because each and every packet is open, scanned and the allowed to go to its destiny.


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We have exactly the same issue with the protocol inspector and the ftp protocol.
I don't agree with Nikxx because 130KB/s is far to slow with modern processors.

For us the solution was to use the VMware Virtual Appliance. The speed with active protocol inspector increased from 180KB/s to the full line capacity of 32 MBit/s
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