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SubjectRe: Slow start -- Linux vs. NT -- it's time to acknowledge theproblem!
"David S. Miller" wrote:
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> From: Jessica Blank <jessica@twu.net>
> Date: Fri, 30 Nov 2001 08:35:35 -0600 (CST)
>
> It is high time this problem is acknowledged and FIXED. I am
> forced to share a network with a bunch of NT servers, some of which get
> plenty of traffic-- enough so that they manage to crowd out my machine to
> the tune of 600ish ms ping times to the Linux box versus only **70**
> (!!!!!!) to the Windows box.

600ms looks like 10base T (no duplex).
Not full duplex or 100base T.
Check you cable!

>
> Changes to TCP and therefore anything having to do with
> slow-start is not going to have any effect on ping times.
>
> To me this sounds like a problem somewhere else, perhaps a driver
> issue.
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