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keriosd

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Hello,
When checking the traffic charts from kerio Manager I see more thant 1500 connexions/http
Is it normal or not ? What does it mean ? Also I saw some slow down connexion to kerio in this case. How to avoid this annoyance ?

Please see the file attached, it is a screenshot of the chart

thanks for your help

[Updated on: Wed, 01 July 2015 14:25]

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keriosd

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nobody knows ?
Please find attached a screenshot of the last seven days of traffic.
What is this http connexions ? We only uses 75 mailboxes. Is it normal ? Spam ?

Thanks for your help

[Updated on: Wed, 01 July 2015 14:26]

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keriosd wrote on Wed, 01 July 2015 08:24
nobody knows ?
Please find attached a screenshot of the last seven days of traffic.
What is this http connexions ? We only uses 75 mailboxes. Is it normal ? Spam ?

Thanks for your help

I would look at your Active Connections list to get a better idea of who is connecting via HTTP to your server.

I suspect that ActiveSync, CalDAV, CardDAV, Webmail all fall under HTTP. Also, when I look at our server, I see a number of connections in the "keep-alive" state, including a couple of mine from home this morning (I've not checked mail from home in over two hours, but the connection was still listed just now).

We have about 30 mailboxes and our connection peak this morning is almost 60. Mostly Calendar & Contacts with a few ActiveSync mobile devices in the mix.

Cheers,
Jon
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