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SubjectRe: 2.2.1 and Win95 TCP Problems?

On Tue, 16 Feb 1999, Greg wrote:

> Hello all,
> I recently updated my corporate masquerading box to 2.2.1 using
> IPchains and IPmasqadm. Everything works fine from Linux clients behind
> the box, but occasionally Win95 boxes just stop sending packets. We
> originally thought this might be related to ARP requests, but I'm not sure
> anymore. I think that something might be getting munged in the TCP packets
> causing the Win95 TCP stack to crash, but I can't be sure.
> Win95 workstations seem to work fine for a random amount of time,
> and then they just stop sending packets. A reboot fixes the problem on the
> Win95 side of things, but they just eventually die.

As a followup to this, I'll be setting up a test case in our LAB today and
pulling detailed tcpdump reports. I'll see what I can do about parsing it
down to the most important stuff.....

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