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FTP upload speed so slow behind PIX 515e

Posted on 2008-06-19
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Recently I am having problem upload from ipftp switch pro software behind the pix. If i by pass the pix the speed is at least 10 MB up and down but with the pix infront I can barely get 1 MB. We used to get 4 BM before that is what we pay for.

I had this problem before but usually reseting the pix fix the problem

It showing HALF duplex on port1 of the switch which is connecting to the pix

Nevermind i found the solutions to the problem. I had to force the switch to run at full duplex since the auto negrociation did not work
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First answer is what you found by yourselves - put the inbound and outbound interface in full duplex, keep watching the stats of the interfaces for errors in traffic.

Second, if there are no issues at interface level, then you need to try adjusting the MTU level and see how it works.

Cheers,
Rajesh
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