Subject: Re: pppoe problem
To: Andrew Gillham <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Christopher Vance <email@example.com>
Date: 12/16/2001 22:16:47
: > I'll try rp-pppoe as an alternative on NetBSD before I try OpenBSD or
: > reinstall FreeBSD on the box. I was trying to have multiple IP
: > filtering software in use, hence the variety of OS. Now that my box
: > count is down by one, I've lost on that one. :-(
On Fri, Dec 14, 2001 at 09:54:10AM -0800, Andrew Gillham wrote:
: I'm really interested to hear whether the MSS clamping feature in rp-pppoe
: fixes this.
Yes it does, enough for me to cvsup my NetBSD current sources on the
border machine, and FreeBSD current and stable on an inside machine.
: Have you tried: "route add default 220.127.116.11 -mtu 1492" on the inside machines?
: (e.g. blue/green)
No, but that wouldn't affect the border machine when I'm also running
cvsup on it. I guess I could use an inside (i.e., FreeBSD) machine to
cvsup my NetBSD sources, but that seems a little, er, unclean.
I'm planning to buy a new disk shortly, so I'll have to think a bit
more about what goes on which machine when I reinstall everything.