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Re: Alex Bochannek: TCP issue.
I might suggest that you set up an identical server with (shudder) linux
or some other OS, along side the existing one, and *try* to make it happen
there. If it does, you've proven that it's no fault in OpenBSD.
On Mon, 27 Sep 1999, Alex Bochannek wrote:
> > *One* user complains that it "just hangs" - Have you duplicated
> > this on another peeceee?
> This problem is not readily reproducable even on his one PC. Remember
> that this is not just his PC, but also the fact that he dials in from
> home. When this PC is in the office, this problem never occurs. Other
> people have seen this as well although not quite as frequently (which
> may have to do with the fact that they have faster net connections at
> home and also don't usually get very large attachments).
> > I see this kind of stuff here and there, the edit /etc/sysctl.conf and
> > turn off rfc1323 both their and manually at the command prompt, and
> > many of the problems go away. No idea "why"...
> I tried this just now and will report back when the user has had a chance
> to try it again.
> > Are you using IPF?
> No IPF is involved here.
> Thanks for the RFC1323 suggestion!