How do I do that? Run tcpdump on the linux side? What should I run on the
Damion K . Wilson wrote:
> Can you do a packet trace and catch the size of the packet ? I'll try it
> myself, too. What's the TCP window size, BTW ?
> On 2001.05.20 19:26:31 -0300 Dong Liu wrote:
>>I'm running cipe-1.5.2 on linux kernel 2.4.4. If the remote side was also
>>linux cipe 1.5.2, it worked beautifully. But if the remote side was win32
>>2.0-pre9, I encountered a problem that it seemed the tcp connection got
>>frozen over large packet. I can telnet to a remote site over the cipe
>>interface. Commands which produced small output worked just fine. But
>>which produced large output (such as "cat /etc/termcap") just froze the
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