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SubjectRe: ipv6 stack seems to forget to send ACKs
I had no problems listening to the stream, except a gap after about 3mins.
tcpdump showed the client closed the connection, and quickly initiated a
new one. Since then i had 15mins of nonstop playback and it stopped,
similarily to your dump.

The tcpdump is similar to yours, except i do not have traffic class info.
And rarely sack was used.

Is there a ip6 mangling router in your route to the icecast server?

I have been listening on an ip6 enabled host behind my ip6 tunnelling
router to my MAN.

Client: linux-2.4.21-pre1
Router: linux-2.4.20-grsec

I have to go now, i will look into that later.

Regards,
Maciej


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