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Spiral

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When i transfer a file over my LAN (100Mb) by explorer or FTP, my winroute engine process up to +-50% of processor usage (AMD XP 2200+) proportionaly to transfer rate.

I use WinXP Pro, winroute 5.1.8, mcafee disable, cobion disable.
i accept all inboud and outbound connection on my LAN with protocol inspector disabled.

something wrong ?

thanks

[Updated on: Thu, 08 January 2004 01:29]

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Spiral

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please, tell me if it is normal or not !

if yes, i can't keep KWF :-(
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zhangmeibo

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Can you use 2000 server ?
I think because XP , your KWF usage is high.
How many clients your lan have ?
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Spiral

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thx zhangmeibo

i have tested with only one client.
finally i have reinstall winroute pro, and it is better but not perfect (20% of proc).

i think it is the big leak of kerio product.

2000 server don't have this problem ? and 2003 server ?

[Updated on: Tue, 13 January 2004 15:08]

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zhangmeibo

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sorry , I don't think it is problem of KWF. I use it in windows 2000 server and windows net server 2003.It's processor useage is low , average is 20%.
Xp is for user , and not for service.And I personally advise you use windows 2000 server + KWF.
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