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SubjectRe: TCP Stalls.
On Tue, Sep 01, 1998 at 08:13:47PM -0400, Richard B. Johnson wrote:

> I can run serial I/O to serial I/O (regular 'C' programs in Linux)
> between two computers with two modems _and_ the phone line with
> only an occasional lost character (actually a group of 6), far less
> than 1/2 percent. Maybe flow-control isn't working in PPP??

If PPP flow-control is hosed, pppd/whatever should be able to report
some of this using the debug options. I think -v -v -v will show
errors of this nature.

In the past I've momentarily shorted the phone line to produce errors
and have been able to get these errors reported...



-Chris

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