[mswindowsxp] IIS and bandwidth

  • From: "Snowshelbi" <SnowShelbi@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <mswindowsxp@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sun, 1 Dec 2002 22:44:30 -0500

Hello, I am running website on windows Xp using IIS, I would like to
know if when I request a page from the internet (I mean a page that is
actually on my hard drive) does Xp recognize that the IP address of the
website is the same as the local address and therefore request the file
directly from the hard drive, or does it actually send the request to
it's own self via internet and then send the file to internet and
download it back (u know like a stupid loop). Well I kinda noticed that
when I go to the website when I am on my computer it takes much less
time to load than if u visit the site from any other computer connected
to the internet...(I am asking this 'cos I want to know if I waste
bandwidth when I visit my own site or not)  

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