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I have window 2003 100mbps server, i have tried using php script such as php indexer, zina pancake.org and others.

The php script use to serve download such as images and music songs. I personally have 20mbps internet speed. When i use the php script (download pass thru PHP headers) , it will download at constant speed of 30-40KBps.

I have tried different webserver such as apache 1.3, apache 2.2, abyss webserver & lighttpd for windows. The speed while relying on php is same constant 30-40KBps however when i tried direct link/straight from apache, the speed is 1MB/s.

Is there any settings in Window 2003 Registry or PHP should i change to make the download speed is more faster when going thru PHP?

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Are you saying that you're getting 1 MB/s on a local LAN transfer but the PHP transfer is through the local network as well, or being routed over the Internet? –  Bart Silverstrim Aug 12 '10 at 13:08
    
is that 100mbps bothways? or is this just your downstream? how much has your provider allocated you for upstream? –  JamesK Aug 12 '10 at 13:17
    
its 100mbit up/down, its on internet, not over LAN. –  JohnScout Aug 12 '10 at 14:08
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You have a 100 megabit up/down stream connection and you're downloading at 1Mbps? I don't know of any native PHP that would throttle your bandwidth. Chances are this is your ISP QoS level or you may have an issue with throttling/QoS on one of your perimeter routers.

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no, what i meant was, when i download direct link from apache ( directory listing, native, without using php) i can get 1mb/s. However when i try on PHP, the speed become 30kbps. –  JohnScout Aug 13 '10 at 9:54
    
@JohnScout PHP isn't a file sharing protocol –  David George Sep 27 '11 at 13:49
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