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(1)        Iím running through a WAN, not a LAN.
(2)        My Internet circuit into the iBox is a partial T1 (128K).
(3)        QSYSWRK was in *BASE (Chris B., thanks for your sharing your
expertise so often); Iíve moved it into one of my shared pools previously
set up for QCMN, etc.
(4)        TCP/IP send/receive buffer sizes are 8192.
(5)        Iím accessing HTML files in a directory off the root level of the
IFS (not QDLS) using NetServer/file shares/mapped network drives.
(6)        Response sucks regardless, Notepad or HTML editor.
(7)        VPN doesnít seem to affect response.
(8)        Our workload on the WAN and iBox is low.

Iím experiencing extremely long response times when accessing the IFS
through shared folders.  Iím experimenting with a couple of HTML editors
(CoffeeCup, HomeSite) and Iím looking at >60 seconds to download a 2K HTML
file.  My IFS isnít huge nor is it busy.

>From a V5R1 820, I have a firewall, VPN, Internet/WAN connection, cable
modem, and 1.1 gHz desktop.  There is very little running on the 820; we
have enough memory (> 200 mb.) in *BASE and other stuff split out into a
couple of other subsystems, etc. with 128 mb. or 256 mb.

Serving HTML works fine; response is good.  I use CODE/400 (mostly) and SEU
extensively; CODE/400 up/downloads arenít fast but theyíre better than IFS

Is there some terrible TCP/IP default Iíve forgotten to change in
OS/400-land, or am I expecting too much?



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