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SubjectRe: bizarre TCP behavior
On Tue, Apr 10, 2001 at 06:24:46PM -0400, Dave wrote:
> I am having a very strange problem in linux 2.4 kernels. I have not set
> any iptables rules at all, and there is no firewall blocking any of my
> outgoing traffic. At what seems like random selection, I can not connect
> to IP's yet I can get ping replies from them. Most IP's reply just fine,
> but certain ones fail to send even an ACK. This problem disappears when I
> boot into 2.2. Here is a brief example of what I am talking about:

echo -n 0 > /proc/sys/net/ipv4/tcp_ecn
Fix it?

If so, please tell the sites your are trying to connect to to upgrade their
$I#$@#%@(%)@%$ firewall and/or loadbalencer (usually Localdirector or PIX).

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