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SubjectRe: Burning a CD image slow down my connection
Karel Kulhavy wrote:

> Aren't you connected over a serial port (modem)? I have the same problem,
> but not when burning an image, but when dumping long cunks of data from CD
> (for example, when studying a content of audio CD). I just see a big packet
> loss.


That's definitely DMA related. I have an old cdwriter that don't understands it
and so the whole bus is extremely busy during writing. Even my harddisk is very
slow as well as modem and other things. PCI and ISA cards seem not related.
(Send packets over tr0 && eth0 without any loss.)

Kristian

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