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SubjectRe: via-velocity problem
Hello,


On Sun, 25 Jul 2004, Francois Romieu wrote:

>
> It looks like the suspect (eth0) registers an event notifier and goes
> foobar when the other interface (lo) triggers an NETDEV_UP.
>
> Can you try the (gross) patch below against 2.6.8-rc1-mm1 ?

I patched the kernel and copied the driver into 2.6.8-rc2.
Now i does not hang the machine at all, but there is an other problem.
When I try to send or receive larger amount of data, something goes wrong.
If I ping with 64 byte packets it is good regardless of the time interval.
But when 1000 byte long packets are used with ping or just wget something,
there are mysterious errors:
ping response time goes up and down (approx 50msec..5000ms)
wget become stalled after ~100kbytes and tcpdump shows broken ip packets.

I'm not sure where is the error, in my card, my cable modem or at the
TV-NET provider.

With my e100 everithing OK.

Best regards,
Kubi

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