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Re: Network Problems after upgrade to NetBSD 4.99.65
I'm running kernels built from the same source on several platforms
without problems. The only problem is on this particular laptop. This is
the only box I have with a msk NIC.
Steven M. Bellovin wrote:
On Wed, 18 Jun 2008 14:53:56 -0600
"John R. Shannon" <john%johnrshannon.com@localhost> wrote:
I found web browsing equally hosed. I rebooted with a 4.99.63 kernel
and everything worked.
On an up-to-the-minute 4.99.65 kernel, I'm not seeing any problems.
I've copied several gigabytes of first /dev/zero and then /dev/urandom
via ssh from an older NetBSD box to the 4.99.65/i386 box, with no ssh
error messages. I'm also not seeing any web problems.
I was using an older userland, and the box in question has a bge
M Graff wrote:
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John R. Shannon wrote:
| With ssh I'm getting:
| Disconnecting: Corrupted MAC on input.
I've been seeing this off and on for the last 3-4 months. I was
told it was due to the tunnel I use -- it's a IPv4 and IPv6 tunnel
over IPv4 using the gif interface. However, I've not seen this
error occur before ~ and that tunnel has been in place many, many
Is something silently corrupting our TCP streams I wonder?
--Steve Bellovin, http://www.cs.columbia.edu/~smb
John R. Shannon
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