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SubjectRe: very slow network between 2.1.127 and PC/TCP [lost cause?]
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On 08 Nov 1998 19:07:14 +0100, ak@muc.de wrote:
>In article <199811081717.MAA29233@cathedral-seven.mit.edu>,
>Jim Partan <partan@MIT.EDU> writes:
>> Hi,
>> I've been using 2.0.35 on a pentium 90 with a 3c509 (driver built as a
>> module) for a while, transferring files to an old msdos 6.22 box running
>> PC/TCP software (OnNet 1.2 -- broken) also with a 3c509. Normally I get abou
>t
>> 100kb/sec between these boxes (but up to 1000kb/sec between the p90 and othe
>r
>> linux, solaris or sunos boxes).
>
>> When I upgraded the p90 to 2.1.127 (also tried 2.1.125 and 2.1.126), the
>> ftp transfer rates to the msdos box dropped to about 3kb/sec. Other
>> connections are more or less at their 2.0.35 speed. The 2.0.35 kernel
>> does _NOT_ have CONFIG_INET_PCTCP set.
>
>Could you supply a tcpdump log of the slow transfer?
>

Hi Andi,

Thanks for replying.

Yes, I'll mail a tcpdump log to you in a separate message, and as I
mentioned in my earlier message, there are tcpdump logs on
ftp://uam.whoi.edu/pub/ftplogs
in case anyone else wants to look at one.

Thanks again,

Jim

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