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Old 27th September 2010, 15:39
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Hello. I install ISPConfig 3 to try it out on my personal laptop a few days a go, and have used the features provided by ISPConfig. However, I want to remove it from my personal laptop COMPLETELY, which includes the firewall. Before installing ISPConfig 3, I could access my webserver via IPv6, through a FQDN, but after installing ISPConfig 3, I cannot. Additionally, before installing ISPConfig 3, my download speeds reached 250KB/s, but after installing ISPConfig 3, my download speeds barely reach 50KB/s. I would like to know how I can fix these issues. I tried uninstalling ISPConfig 3 using
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Old 27th September 2010, 15:47
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The uninstall of ispconfig is finished. The firewall is the bastille-bastille, so the firewall is not affected from uninstalling ispconfig. To stop the firewall, just run:

/etc/init.d/bastille-firewall stop

and to remove it completely run:

update-rc.d -f bastille-firewall remove

on Debian or Ubuntu. The command to remove a service differs for other linux distributions.

ISPConfig is server control panel, it is not made for desktop systems and it is not intended to be installed on a laptop.
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Thanks for your reply till, the firewall removal worked. However, how do I go about fixing my download speed problem? And I'm assuming that my upload is affected as well.

P.S.: I knew that ISPConfig was for servers, but I do not have at my disposal a server for me to install ISPConfig on, and my laptop can't handle any VM's.
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Try to reboot the laptop. ISPConfig has no modules that interfere with network connections in any kind except of the firewall.
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