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Old 10th November 2011, 21:17
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Default Slow download speed in Apache Webserver (ISPConfig 3.0.4)

Hi, i follow the instructions from the guide Perfect Server with Debian 6, i've installed ISPConfig 3.0.4, and all is working absoluted perfect, but i have a strange slow network speed in downloads from the webserver, i only achieve 7-7.5mb (750-850kb download), not more than this, if i download the same file via FTP i achieve the full speed of my NIC, but apache is limited, i googled but i not found a solution, how can I fix this problem?

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PS: Its the default installation of ISPConfig 3.0.4, no additional modules or configurations, exactly the installation from the tutorials.
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ISPConfig sets no speed limits, the apache configuration is the default one of the linux distribution that you use. ISPConfig just writes a normal vhost file, you find it in the sites-available folder.

Maybe you installed some additional software like mod_throttle or mod_bandwidth?
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Old 10th November 2011, 21:30
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ISPConfig sets no speed limits, the apache configuration is the default one of the linux distribution that you use. ISPConfig just writes a normal vhost file, you find it in the sites-available folder.

Maybe you installed some additional software like mod_throttle or mod_bandwidth?
Thanks for the fast response... no.... I am absolutely certain that i not installed any aditional module, this is my list of enabled modules in apache, only the modules of the tutorial, plus the defaults modules of Debian 6..

Code:
actions.conf -> ../mods-available/actions.conf
actions.load -> ../mods-available/actions.load
alias.conf -> ../mods-available/alias.conf
alias.load -> ../mods-available/alias.load
auth_basic.load -> ../mods-available/auth_basic.load
auth_digest.load -> ../mods-available/auth_digest.load
authn_file.load -> ../mods-available/authn_file.load
authz_default.load -> ../mods-available/authz_default.load
authz_groupfile.load -> ../mods-available/authz_groupfile.load
authz_host.load -> ../mods-available/authz_host.load
authz_user.load -> ../mods-available/authz_user.load
autoindex.conf -> ../mods-available/autoindex.conf
autoindex.load -> ../mods-available/autoindex.load
cgi.load -> ../mods-available/cgi.load
dav_fs.conf -> ../mods-available/dav_fs.conf
dav_fs.load -> ../mods-available/dav_fs.load
dav.load -> ../mods-available/dav.load
deflate.conf -> ../mods-available/deflate.conf
deflate.load -> ../mods-available/deflate.load
dir.conf -> ../mods-available/dir.conf
dir.load -> ../mods-available/dir.load
env.load -> ../mods-available/env.load
fcgid.conf -> ../mods-available/fcgid.conf
fcgid.load -> ../mods-available/fcgid.load
include.load -> ../mods-available/include.load
mime.conf -> ../mods-available/mime.conf
mime.load -> ../mods-available/mime.load
negotiation.conf -> ../mods-available/negotiation.conf
negotiation.load -> ../mods-available/negotiation.load
php5.conf -> ../mods-available/php5.conf
php5.load -> ../mods-available/php5.load
reqtimeout.conf -> ../mods-available/reqtimeout.conf
reqtimeout.load -> ../mods-available/reqtimeout.load
rewrite.load -> ../mods-available/rewrite.load
ruby.load -> ../mods-available/ruby.load
setenvif.conf -> ../mods-available/setenvif.conf
setenvif.load -> ../mods-available/setenvif.load
ssl.conf -> ../mods-available/ssl.conf
ssl.load -> ../mods-available/ssl.load
status.conf -> ../mods-available/status.conf
status.load -> ../mods-available/status.load
suexec.load -> ../mods-available/suexec.load
suphp.conf -> ../mods-available/suphp.conf
suphp.load -> ../mods-available/suphp.load
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