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SubjectTCPv4 bad checksum - weren't they gone?
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Hi,

I've just got this:

TCPv4 bad checksum from 130.151.17.154:1f90 to 130.151.17.162:0406,
len=1206/1206/1226

I thought these were gone...

I heard some time ago DaveM saying that these were because of buggy
implementations of Van-Jacobsen compression or something like that,
and that the buggy implementations were third party routers, access
servers or Windows boxes (please correct me if I am wrong).

Well, in this case all machines involved are Linux boxes:

130.151.17.154 is running 2.0.33 and 130.151.17.162 is running
2.1.108. The two boxes are connected via a dial-up PPP connection.

This looks very hard to reproduce. I have seen it just today, after
several weeks of running with this same configuration.

peloy.-

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Eloy A. Paris
Information Technology Department
Rockwell Automation Venezuela
Telephone: +58-2-9432311 Fax: +58-2-9431645

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