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    SubjectRe: 1000ms delay in networking stack or driver, new bug?
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    On Wed, 22 Sep 1999 18:47:49 GMT, Karsten Keil <kkeil@suse.de> wrote:

    >Definitly not 2. because I checked this with one guy, who has that problem
    >via a ISDN line. And from postings on our ISDN mailling lists, it seems
    >that this Problem wasn't in 2.2.5 but in >= 2.2.10.

    It does not only happen on ISDN lines, but also on plain old SLIP leased lines
    using USRobotics modems. It started to happen after upgrading from an older
    2.0.36 kernel to the current 2.2.12. In my observations it will not go away by
    simply re-establishing the SLIP connection, on has to do a complete network
    stop followed by network start (on RedHat 6.0).

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    Jens-Uwe Mager <pgp-mailto:62CFDB25>

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