[Ilugc] Weird network problem
joe_steeve at gmx.net
Tue Aug 1 12:00:13 IST 2006
Suresh Ramasubramanian wrote:
> If its a dirt cheap and poor quality ethernet card like one of those,
> then it is quite likely to get solved by replacing the card
The NIC is a HP card having a The Intel 82546EB Dual Port Gigabit
> Another thing - if that router is also the NAT gateway for your
> office PCs, then see if you cant seperate your LAN gateway IP and
> your mailserver IP .. you wont have junk traffic from your LAN [and
> infected systems, older windows installs etc can generate a ton of
> that], and this problem would be minimized even more.
The entire local network is behind the proxy-server shown in the diagram
The proxy-server has a Squid running on it for HTTP traffic., and is the
NAT gateway for SMTP, POP3, NNTP, XMPP and IRC. No local traffic comes
beyond the proxy-server.
.o. A proud GNU user
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