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Hi I have a CentOS server based in Chicago which doesn't seem to be providing fast bandwidth connections to non local users.

Is there anywhere on the server where this limitation may be configured?

I am relatively new to Linux so please forgive my ignorance on the matter.


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migrated from Feb 18 '11 at 18:53

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no limitation appart you bandwidth / networking hardware . You can speed up the system disablind all "reverse" checking option for APACHE / SSH / etc .

Generic Answer for quite generic question .

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