Subject: Re: Is anyone seeing lots of TCP checksum errors?
To: None <current-users@NetBSD.ORG, email@example.com>
From: Ty Sarna <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 11/07/1997 22:12:42
In article <199711080126.UAA04141@jfwhome.funhouse.com> you write:
> > 567752 packets received
> > 360819 packets (132490877 bytes) received in-sequence
> > 821 discarded for bad checksums
> > That's not really a very high "bad checksum" rate.
> The statistics I've got are:
> 539053 packets received
> 197666 packets (73182901 bytes) received in-sequence
> 2662 discarded for bad checksums
> which is proportionately higher.
How about this:
49159 packets received
31566 packets (26968198 bytes) received in-sequence
3408 discarded for bad checksums
Which is proportionately 10x higher than yours!
This is on a 3/60 with the latest 1.3_ALPHA snapshot. Connected via
ether to a NetBSD/i386 box, connected via PPP on ISDN to ISP.