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SubjectRe: Poor TCP Performance 2.4.0-10 <-> Win98 SE PPP
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> > Assuming this is true, it explains why Win98's TCP does not "see" the
> > data sent by Linux, because such a bug would make the TCP checksum of
> > these packets incorrect and thus dropped by Win98's TCP.
>
> Ok, but why doesn't 2.2.16 exhibit this behavior?
>
> We've had reports from quite a number of people complaining about this
> and I'm fairly certain not all of them are from Earthlink.

If their system is confused by tcp options in data segments then the SACK stuff
in 2.4 may well be the trigger. Windows generally doesnt try and use vj at
all. With the predictable QA results for anyone who does try and use it


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