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SubjectRe: [2.2.18] outgoing connections getting stuck in SYN_SENT
On Thursday 11 January, Richard B. Johnson wrote ("Re: [2.2.18] outgoing connections getting stuck in SYN_SENT"):
[...]
> You probably compiled your kernel with "CONFIG_INET_ECN" set.
> If so, you need to turn it OFF in /proc/sys/net/...something_ecn.

I don't have an ECN option available in this kernel (2.2.18) - I
thought it only appeared in 2.3...

> Many/most/all servers are "not ready for prime time" and will
> reject packets that have "strange" bits set.
[...]

I compiled in the QoS support - could that possibly cause a similar
effect? I'm not actually using the QoS tools at the moment, but I
intend to soon. I'll post the selected options in my .config if that
would be helpful.
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