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SubjectRe: Re[4]: 2.4.9 UDP broke?

On Tue, 4 Sep 2001, Jeremiah Johnson wrote:

> Hash: MD5
> Hello volodya,
> I found the answer to the problem today. It has to do with a bug in
> one of these options:

You are absolutely correct - once I enabled both of these it works
great. My guess is that whoever tested the patches was concentrated on the
case when options were enabled.

Vladimir Dergachev

> Since the system is a older dual p100 I didn't really want to sit
> through the 2 hours of compilation to "test" which one it is. I'm
> willing to bet its CONFIG_TULIP_MWI though since its still marked as
> experimental. With both of these options disabled 2.4.9 works fine on
> that system though as it does on my other boxes. Whoever maintains
> the code for those two config options might want to do some testing.
> I can provide more information about the system if needed.
> Sunday, September 02, 2001, 7:25:44 PM, you wrote:
> vmc> I had a very similar experience. In my case it turned out that for some
> vmc> reason no UDP packets above 5524 would not come through (try pinging with
> vmc> larger than default packet sizes). The solution was to restrict NFS to
> vmc> 5000 (actually 4096) size packets. I have not been able to figure out the
> vmc> cause of this yet. (and yes, tcpdump was able to see them fine).
> vmc> Vladimir Dergachev
> - --
> Best regards,
> Jeremiah
> Version: 2.6
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