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> at least in my case, MTU sizes isn't the answer.  the reply packets are
> arriving. the kernel is losing them somewhere because they don't make it
> from ppp0 to eth0.

Thats what I would expect. That means the MTU size is the answer

> in the above situation, one can "fix" NT sites by forcing my ppp0 to an MTU
> of 576 and they'll work, but this isn't the answer to both situations.

See ?

> there -is- something wrong in the kernel.

I've yet to see a non masquerade trace set where this is the case.


Alan


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