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Very Slow Network Connections

A common cause of slow network response includes:

  • Client is configured to use DNS and the DNS server is down.

  • Client is configured to use remote DNS server, but the remote connection is down.

  • Client is configured to use a WINS server, but there is no WINS server.

  • Client is not configured to use a WINS server, but there is a WINS server.

  • Firewall is filtering out DNS or WINS traffic.

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