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    SubjectRe: Massive TCPv4 bad checksum
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    In article <Pine.LNX.4.02.9810181325430.509-100000@cassiopeia.home>,
    Geert Uytterhoeven <geert@geert.cs.kuleuven.ac.be> writes:
    > On Sat, 17 Oct 1998, H.J. Lu wrote:
    >> I have massive TCPv4 bad checksum on my CSLIP link from
    >> my CSLIP server to my machine ever since I upgraded to
    >> linux 2.1.1xx. Any suggestions?

    > My m68k box generates plenty of these messages when receiving packets from my
    > PPC box. This would indicate a bug in the checksum code for either (or both)
    > m68k and PPC.

    > But I also see the message on my AXP box, when receiving packets from the PPC.
    > The Intel box on our network reports no bad checksums at all. None of the
    > Linux boxes report any bad checksums from the Winslows machines.

    > Who's (who are?) the bad guy(s)?

    Is there a systematic on what types of packets arrive with bad checksums?

    -Andi

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