Re: Doesn't anyone else use SSL?

From: Todd (
Date: 09/27/02

From: "Todd" <>
Date: Fri, 27 Sep 2002 12:18:46 -0500

That doesn't make any sense.

Decrypting the request and encrypting everything returned has to result in
some kind of latency.

<Todd />

"Randy" <> wrote in message
> Hello Todd.
> I'm running a verisign SSL connection myself on a server
> 1/4 yours. I receive basically no latency. I'm guessing
> that you are running all the most current service packs.
> One question would be, how fast is the client's machine
> that you are testing it on. You might try sniffing the
> traffic between the webserver, pix, internal servers(that
> the webserver touches), and dns server. I have received
> latency previously due to the fact that traffic kept
> bouncing back and forth between other servers. Hopefully
> this helps.

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