Subject: Re: ftp performance with netbsd ?
To: Michael L. VanLoon -- HeadCandy.com <michaelv@HeadCandy.com>
From: Peter Galbavy <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 06/07/1995 12:22:20
> How can you solve it in the core code when it's the box you're going
> through which is causing the problem? You can solve it either by
> disabling the advanced features (building a new kernel), or updating
> the networking code in the problem machine to modern standards.
> I'd prefer that the core team not cripple the default system just so
> things work with old, legacy networking code. Especially since the
> fix is as easy as building a kernel with the advanced features turned
But the problem is not between. VJ compression is just not used. I turned VJ
compression off and this made very little difference. The problem just
seems to be the long-fat pipe support. I guess. The router doesn't care.
I agree that my netblazer needs new code to understand IP options and
how to handle them...
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