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SubjectRe: [PROBLEM]: Strange network problems with 2.4.0 and 3c59x.o
On Fri, 12 Jan 2001, Shawn Starr wrote:

Snoop through /proc, and you'll find a file where you can disable
"ecn" support.

echo 0 > /proc....



>Date: Fri, 12 Jan 2001 16:37:35 -0500
>From: Shawn Starr <Shawn.Starr@Home.net>
>To: Donald Becker <becker@scyld.com>, vortex@scyld.com,
> linux-kernel@vger.kernel.org
>Content-Type: text/plain; charset=iso-8859-15
>Subject: [PROBLEM]: Strange network problems with 2.4.0 and 3c59x.o
>
>Here's something strange that i've been noticing with 2.4.0. Some websites I am
>unable to access now. For example:
>
>http://www.scotiabank.ca/simplify/index.html
>
>if your in Canada and you have Scotia banking online, try and access their
>banking sites. It will just hang. However upon trying the same in Windows 2000
>(cough). The site works fine.
>
>Could there be a network driver issue as even trying with telnet port 80 fails
>as well?
>
>Im not sure on this one this seems bizarre. I have the same problem with
>www.workopolis.com, theglobeandmail.com, perhaps there's some sort of packet or
>frame not being processed properly?
>
>I can ICMP ping all the sites fine and i can access them from other shells.
>I have spoken to some of their engineers and they say that there is nothing
>blocking/no firewalls configured to deny access to theses sites.
>
>If there's any information you need I'd be glad to try and figure this one out.
>
>Shawn S.
>
>
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