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SubjectRe: 2.4.16: TCP shutdown generating infinite ACK storm
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> with packets.  It looks like Linux has got confused about sequence
> numbers (or maybe the other end is confused?).

Probably it went through some crap load balancer on the way.

> I'm using 2.4.16 with no particularly special patches. The gateway
> machine is another 2.4.16 box doing NAT with ipchains emulation.
>
> Any other info needed?

You need to capture the entire misbehaving session at both ends to really
see what is going on and what is mangling it in the middle
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