Has anybody experienced slow response with the CNR GUI when connecting to a CNR server across WAN links? If I attempt to config a secondary zone on a remote CNR server I get a 2 minute delay opening the DNS@ns2.x.x, chosing Add, inserting a name and selecting secondary. The WAN has 20 ms latency across t1 links that are MT.
I have seen probs with cisco's mgt aps where they get pretty picky about calling by IP address or FQDN. FQDN makes a drastic improvement in PIX PDM. I have tried both ways in this CNR case.
Re: CNR ver 5.5 - slow GUI performance across MT WAN
Please attempt to "refresh record indexes" by going to the DNS -> debug tab. This should improve performance significantly. The GUI performance is generally not so great, and hence the move to a web based UI from 6.0.
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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