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I was wondering if I install KWF6 on a server with gigabit, and hookup another PC with gigabit to the server with a crossover cable, will I be able to transfer between the two PC's at gigabit speed?

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I am not a kerio employee or tech, but from my experience it works fine, as long as you watch your CPU usage on the machine with Kerio installed. If the CPU usage goes up to 100%, then you will have to tweak the live virus scanning rules. Scanning a gigabit connection for virus's in real time at full speed would probably overload the machine and cause it to lock.

I had a situation where on a 100mb full duplex connection (running at max speed), the host pc was locking up becuase the CPU was maxing out. It primarily had to do with the fact that one of the internal (lan side) pc's was using ports that were designated for 'other' services and kerio was inspecting every packet and scanning it. I turned off the protocol inspector for that port and instantly my cpu usage dropped back to 2%-5%.
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