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Re: IIS6 on Widows 2003 server is extremely slow behind FW/NAT [message #163280] Wed, 27 May 2009 22:34
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Registered: May 2009
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I'm running my server behind a netgear WNR3500, which supports static route
to other domains. I'm actually running 4 of those units; a main router
connects to the isp, then A and B connect to main, and a 4th router (Site B)
is a repeater (wireless) that uses B as a base station--the repeating mode
functionality is why I got the WNR3500's. Not sure on a linksys, but on
Netgear, specifying a computer's IP as the DMZ works okay. But port
forwarding overrides DMZ, so that if you specify a server at 192.168.1.100 in
the DMZ but add a port forward of ports 80 and 443 to another server (say,
192.168.1.200), then all port 80 / 443 traffic will go to .200 box,
overriding the DMZ setting.

If you're pointing your clients internally to an internal DNS, then your DNS
setup might be causing problems. (I speak from painful experience)...

"maxfloden" wrote:

> Hi,
>
> What they sent me was a separate fw (DFL-200) but I haven't actually tested
> it since at the same time I got it, I was moving my server to a professional
> ISP (having the server at home was just a temporary solution anyway).
>
> To answer your question though the server was set up in DMZ.
>
> Thanks.
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