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SubjectRe: Data sitting and remaining in Send-Q
On Mon, 2001-12-24 21:34:52 +0000, Thorsten Kranzkowski <dl8bcu@dl8bcu.de>
wrote in message <20011224213452.A7761@Marvin.DL8BCU.ampr.org>:
> On Mon, Dec 24, 2001 at 08:44:37PM -0000, Alex Bligh - linux-kernel wrote:
> > If you have an L3 device (router etc.) in the middle, you can get
> > a similar effect if the device does not fragment data correctly
> > (for instance the Cisco into ip tunnels bug - now fixed I think),
> > or, if you are using PMTU discovery (probably), if some evil device,
>
> Jan,
> do you have some DSL Modem in between?

Hi Thorsten!

No, it's not the famous MTU-too-large-and-a-lot-of-fragmentation-needed
problem. It was a broken NIC, unwilling to send frames > ~960 bytes...

MfG, JBG

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