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Re: FC1 -> FC2: very slow xDSL connection...



Hi Andrea,

try installing ntop and running "ntop -i eth0"; then open
http://localhost:3000 on your preferred browser and watch all kinds of
network statistics you can imagine. Maybe this can give you an idea.

HTH

Andre

On Thu, 24 Jun 2004 15:11:14 +0200
Andrea Giuliano <a giuliano iccu sbn it> wrote:

> Dear all,
> 
> a few days ago I had my home ADSL connection working, and it was
> working incredibly fast!
> 
> Then I decided to upgrade from FC1 to FC2. Note that I've been using
> FC2 for some weeks here at work with very positive results.
> 
> After the upgrade at home, the connection became so slow that it is
> almost unusable. I swear I didn't touch the network configuration,
> which is indeed very simple: I only did the upgrade, leaving
> everything as it was before.
> 
> Please note that I still had no chance to install the updates for FC2,
> and since one of the first was the kernel itself, I guess I should try
> to install them before posting this message.
> 
> But, right because of the very slow connection, I must download them
> at work, burn a CD and bring it home, and I still had no time to do
> that.
> 
> At present I don't have the network config files with me, but I guess
> they wouldn't be enough, so feel free to ask what file you need to
> investigate.
> 
> Many thanks in advance.
> 
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