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    SubjectRe: ICMP in 2.2.9 (was 3c575)
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    > > Yes. Just fine. You probably have a buggy ping binary.
    >
    > But it's a buggy ping binary on three different releases of redhat
    > on four different kernels then.

    Then you have a corrupt Red Hat methinks

    (RH 4.2 to a 2.2.9 box)

    [alan@lightning]$ ping -s 1475 roadrunner
    PING roadrunner (194.168.151.2): 1475 data bytes
    1483 bytes from 194.168.151.2: icmp_seq=0 ttl=255 time=6.9 ms

    (RH 5.0 to a 2.2.9 box)

    [alan@pingviini]$ ping -s 1475 roadrunner
    PING roadrunner (194.168.151.2): 1475 data bytes
    1483 bytes from 194.168.151.2: icmp_seq=0 ttl=255 time=6.2 msb

    (RH 6.0 to a 2.2.9 box)
    [alan@scoobysna]$ ping -s 1475 roadrunner
    PING roadrunner (194.168.151.2): 1475 data bytes

    --- roadrunner ping statistics ---
    6 packets transmitted, 0 packets received, 100% packet loss

    (egcs miscompiled ping in RH 6.0)

    Alan


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