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Subject: Short UDP packets trouble
From: Simon Perreault <nomis80,AT,linuxquebec,DOT,com>
Date: Fri, 7 Jun 2002 17:51:45 +0200

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The short packets crasher patch is causing us some problems. PCAnywhere seems 
to be sending short UDP packets, and we don't know if it's CIPE's fault. 
While testing, we saw that a scan using "nmap -sU" doesn't get through 
because CIPE drops the 0 bytes packets. Is that normal? Could CIPE be 
dropping too many packets?

Disabling the patch makes PCAnywhere work perfectly.

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Simon Perreault <nomis80,AT,linuxquebec,DOT,com>
Web: http://www.linuxquebec.com/~nomis80
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