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    upload capped at 600KB/sec per connection?

    Hi, I have a server at Softlayer and was wondering if there is a way to
    raise this cap. About my server, its running apache on CENTOS.
    My port is 100Mbps so it should be able to upload faster right?
    I can open multiple 600KB/sec uploads at the same time but how
    come each upload only goes at 600KB/sec? How do I go about doing this? Thanks.
    Last edited by haporn; 11-03-2006 at 07:04 AM.

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    Are you trying to FTP files to your server? If so, then this may very well just be TCP/IP limitations...(what's your ping to SoftLayer?)
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    Quote Originally Posted by layer0
    Are you trying to FTP files to your server? If so, then this may very well just be TCP/IP limitations...(what's your ping to SoftLayer?)
    hi, yeah im ftping files from the softlayer server to other dedicated servers via ssh.

    wait hmm now that I think about it I don't think the problem is occuring at the softlayer
    server because I've uploaded to other servers at 1.25MB/sec before.
    I think the download speed of the dedicated server might be limited somehow.

    i checked to see if a setting in the ftp server might have been limiting it.
    i'm using proftpd and the rate is unlimited by default.
    Last edited by haporn; 11-03-2006 at 07:49 AM.

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