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Old 22nd April 2008, 15:56
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Default slow download through webserver problem

i have a webserver installed. when i try to download a file from the server it will just give me 2kbps download rate which is way below my normal download rate. tried to download on my test box (same location with the webserver) it gives me my normal download rate. and let my friend try, still same download rate at 2kbps. i did try to change the network cable, no go. i did try to switch to other router port, still no go. btw, even in sftp it still gives me 2kbps. after a while of waiting it says it's completed but when i try to unzip the file it says corrupted and file size is 0. did try ping and it's good, no loses. are there any other ways of troubleshooting this problem?
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