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Sonicwall NSA 240 / Fiber ISP

Posted on 2014-02-07
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Replacing our internet service to 20Mbps Fiber link

Currently been running Load Balance on a DSL circuit and Cable circuit

but I am not getting the Upload speed I would expect ...

I have connected directly to the fiber switch and get 20/20

but on the NSA240 I get 20/5

I have turned off Security Services,
forced the link to 1000 Full ,
Checked  "Fragment non-VPN outbound packets larger than this Interface's MTU"
 Security Services are "Performance optimized"

Still no luck

NSA240 should be able to handle throughput of this link correct ?
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I know you tried a few things from this article but try the rest of the recomendation from this article.

http://www.firewalls.com/blog/sonicwall-throughput/
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10-4 Thank You,

I had all that complete except for the name resolution , but still no luck
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Have you also disable Anti-Virus and web filtering just to test?
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10-4  I had just about everything turned off ..

I worked on this most of the night ... I woke up this morning and  noticed that the speed is now 20/20

I don't know what happened while i slept .. but appears to be working now

Thanks for suggestions !
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