I would go and play around a little bit with MTU and MSS settings, since any kind of VPN connection/encapsulation will add extra overhead to the original packet causing some traffic to be fragmented with no reason.
Go ahead and try to reduce the ip mtu and tcp mss on the interface where the application servers are, for example: ip mtu 1400 and ip tcp mss 1300, see if that speeds up things a little
Actually, remote users dial-in PPTP session to a Test Cisco Router in my network. To reach the application server from this router, i have to hop two cisco routers in my LAN in order to reach it.
So now, please tell me that where should i put these commands and on which interfaces?
Do i have to add these commands to the interface of the router taking towards the application server?
Or do i have to add it also on two routers coming in the path towards the application server? on these two routers, shall i put the commands on both incoming and out going interface going towards the application server?
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