Hmm a 13K attachment should correspond
to about 181,000 bits on the line.
If it takes 5 minutes then it would
mean the transfer is going @ around 600bps.
Maybe the serial connection speed is set
to this on the TA?
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Gerard J. Keating [mailto:gerard.keating at fintrax.com]
> Sent: 09 May 2000 12:29
> To: Irish LUG list
> Subject: [ILUG] Linux ISDN? problem
>>> Just set up a mail server on a 586 box with 28Mb of ram and an ISDN
>> It takes about five minutes to send a email with a 13Kb
> attachment, and
> has been trying to send a mail with a 50Kb attachment for the past 20
>> I would have expect better throuhg put from an ISDN line, so
> i assume i
> have a configuration problem.
>> so where do i start looking.
>> The machine is running RedHat 6.0 and has an external Sportstar ISDN
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