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SubjectRe: Entire LAN goes boo with 2.5.64
> Tried  with  a  Realtek  8139B and the Intel Pro100+ adapter. The same
> thing happens. The LAN goes crazy and all programs trying to
> access or use the LAN on the Linuxbox goes super-slow or crashes.

> I am rather lost when it comes to where I should begin to look.

> Have not compiled in IPX, network filtering and most other things. The
> only network card I have compiled in is the Rtl8139 and the Becker
> Intel Pro100+ driver.

> Here is my net config: http://tnonline.net/conf.png

> I have not compiled in ACPI or APM or APIC. And they are disabled in
> BIOS too.

Tried with all of them enabled too. No change in state. LAN and
gateway goes down, or becomes incredibly slow and unusable...

//Anders


>> I've had this happen once, but with a 2.4 kernel. I had compiled in IPX
>> and configured it for autodiscovery of frame type. On boot, it would
>> flip back and forth between two different types rather fast (as fast as
>> the 100base NIC could do it), freaking out every piece of networking
>> equipment and every computer. See if you have IPX compiled in.
>> Otherwise, run ethereal or another sniffer to see what exactly the
>> network traffic is; that might be helpful.

>> Alexander

>> Anders Widman wrote:
>>> Hello,
>>>
>>> Trying out the 2.5.64 kernel to try to solve some IDE specific
>>> problems with 2.4.x kernels. Now I have another problem. We have a
>>> Windows LAN and a Windows XP with WinRoute Pro as gateway.
>>>
>>> When booting the linux-machine with the 2.5.64 kernel the windows
>>> machine goes to 100% cpu and the switch (Dlink) goes crazy (loosing
>>> link, other machines get 100k/s instead of 10-12MiB/s etc).
>>>
>>> I compiled the 2.5.64 with as few options as possible, no
>>> netfilter, or IPSec or similar stuff.
>>>
>>> What can be the problem?
>>>
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