Problem in loading images in JSP

My JSP page is loading few gif images.
I am running tomcat 4 connected to apache 1.3.22 using MOD_WEBAPP connector.
My JSP file loads perfectly alright when I load it directly from tomcat server that is port 8080.
But when I load it from apache that is port 80, it is taking very long time and not loading images.
Does anybody has (or had ) the similar problem?
Please help me

I'm having the same problem displaying images when I call a jspt hrough Apache 2.0.39 from Tomcat 4.1.3.
I am using mod_jk as my connector through Apache.
Did you come up with a solution to displaying images when calling your JSP app through Apache?
Lenny Sorey

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