This is a resend cause I just realized I sent the first one
in html.

Yesterday we switched ISP's and now proxy doesn't work
properly.

We switched from one ADSL ISP to another. Our ADSL modem
connects to a SOHO gateway which then connects to the
"external" adapter of our BM 3.7 server, second adapter in
the BM server services the internal network.

After changing the modem and configuring the router, changed
the dns forwarders and dns resolvers in inetcfg to point to
the new dns servers of the ISP. Resolution seems to be ok,
inbound mail and browsing of our website etc seems ok even
via acceleration, but trying to browse out is painful. Here
comes the weird part.

We do not have transparent proxy enabled at all. If I
disable the proxy settings in internet connections on my
winxp workstation, and enable autodetect, webpages load
lickety split for the most part except for a couple of
important sites. If I enable the proxy settings as per
normal (previously working configuration) and disable the
autodetect, My home page comes up reaaaaaaaally slow, and
the odd page reaaaaaally slow, but most don't come up at all
or time out with bad gateways messages etc. No amount of
refreshing helps and mostly just makes things worse. I can
watch the proxy stats while trying to browse and they appear
to be doing their thing but nothing loadsin the browser. DNS
is almost instantaneous, xfer sucks!

Help? Any suggestions? Dynamite?

Martin Stepanek, CNE
IMAGE-TECHNOLOGY
122 Herrell Avenue, Barrie
Ontario, L4N 6V1
PH:705-739-0013 FAX:705-739-4045


Martin Stepanek, CNE
IMAGE-TECHNOLOGY
122 Herrell Avenue, Barrie
Ontario, L4N 6V1
PH:705-739-0013 FAX:705-739-4045