We have a Pix 525 at our HQ that sits behind our Internet router which terminates our ISP connections. We are having throughput issues. Our connection is supposed to be 8 MB by 8 MB but we are getting 8 MB on the upload but only 1-2 MB on the download side. I have tested in front of the Pix 525 and throughput is around 6-7 MB. Behind the Pix 525 and it is much slower. The CPU utilization is around 20%. The ping tests do not show the latency. Are there commands on the Pix where I can further isolate the issue? I am running version 7.0(6). Thanks.
Yes. I did not see any drops. I am looking over the show tech output at this time. Not sure if that file is too large but I believe I can attach it. Hopefully, that will reveal something about the issue. Thanks.
Hi. I have not isolated the source of this yet. My next step is to plug my laptop directly into the inside interface on the Pix and see if the latency is there. I ran some throughput tests this morning and I am only getting about 2-3 MB when it should be at least 5-8 MB. The ping tests do not reveal the latency. We removed our site to site VPN's off of the Pix 525 but that had little effect. No solution yet but I will let you know and please advise if you find anything out. Thanks.
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We have configured the outside and inside Interface with official ipv6 adresses, set a default route on outside Interface to our router, we also have definied a rule , which also gets hits, to permit tcp from inside Interface to any6.
In Syslog I also se...