What are you using for these queries?  What product and what type of connection?
Also, what do you mean by very slow....

The first thing that comes to my mind is frame size.  Secondly, insure that your
network design doesn't have this traffic somehow going through your router.  We
did and it was the router that was crapping out....

Michael Crump
Saint-Gobain Containers

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We are slowly moving to tcp/ip communication on our 400.  Generally, things
have been OK.  The only drawback that I have seen so far is that querees
done on the database over tcp/ip are very slow compared to previous.  Does
anybody have any ideas why this may be?  I don't believe it is the hub.  Are
there any settings on the 400 that might explain?


Keith E. Schwarz
Accounting Manager
Flowline Division of Markovitz Enterprises Inc.
724-658-3711 ext 1032  Phone
724-658-5323 Fax

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