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Subject: Re: got short packet from <remote peer ip>
From: Damion Wilson <dwilson,AT,ibl,DOT,bm>
Date: Thu, 20 Jun 2002 17:27:35 +0200
In-reply-to: <3CECB6300002F3C8@mail.tiscalinet.it>

Has the CT_PING changed since 1.4.5, then ? Should I be doing something 
different, somehow ? Anyone ?

DKW

On Thursday 20 June 2002 05:03 am, you wrote:
> Hi Damion
> I have similar problems since the release of the "short packet patch" in
> 07 jan 2002 from Olaf Titz.
>
> I described my problems in these messages that you can find in the list's
> archive:
> Date:  Tue, 22 Jan 2002 - Subject:  last patch is too much drastic?
> Date:  Mon, 28 Jan 2002 - Subject:  problems with last patch
>
> it seems to me the problem is the size of the CT_PING packet in the win32
> release of cipe
>
> recently Olaf released some new patch related to the "short packet":
>
> Date:  Sun, 09 Jun 2002 - Subject:  [Patch] about the short packets problem
>
> Date:  Sun, 09 Jun 2002 - Subject:  Re: [Patch] about the short packets
> problem
>
> but i have not tested them yet
>
> thank if you can help
>
> Marco
> -- Messaggio Originale --
>
> >I don't know how it got solved, but read the mailing list archives for
>
> "short
>
> >packet". There was something about that around cipe v1.5.x, but I'm not
> >
> >terribly aware of the details or the cause/s.
> >
> >It might be the static key (make sure that the keys match and are 32
> >hexadecimal digits in length). Also, you don't say whether the tunnel
> > works
> >
> >at all or not. You might also attempt to use a different version of CIPE
> >(say
> >v1.4.5) to see if anything changed in the protocol between versions that
> >I
> >don't handle.
> >
> >DKW
> >
> >On Monday 17 June 2002 07:37 am, Bart Boelaert wrote:
> >> Does anyone know how to solve the problem as described below?
> >>
> >> Hello,
> >>
> >> I'm running CIPE 1.5.3 on a RH system with kernel 2.2.19-6.2.12. I
> >> compiled CIPE and removed the cipcb.o kernel module from
> >> /lib/modules/2.2.19-6.2.12/net, so that the correct kernel module which
> >> CIPE installed in /lib/modules/2.2.19-6.2.12/misc is used. On the other
> >
> >end
> >
> >> I'm using CIPE for Win32 2.0-pre14 on a W2K Server system. The W2K
> >> system has a dynamic IP address. The CIPE config file on the Linux
> >> system is
>
> as
>
> >> follows :
> >>
> >> ipaddr  192.168.192.254
> >> ptpaddr 192.168.192.2
> >>
> >> me      100.100.100.100:16000
> >> peer    0.0.0.0:16000
> >> maxerr  -1
> >> key     270bda82c3a4447d776f976c41a2ba50
> >>
> >> When the W2K system wants to establish a CIPE tunnel with the Linux
> >> system, I get the following syslog message many times on the Linux
> >> system :
> >>
> >> got short packet from <remote peer ip>
> >>
> >> I also get a lot of RX error packets when I check the CIPE interface
> >> statistics via ifconfig.
> >>
> >> Could somebody help me out with this nasty problem?
> >>
> >> Thanks in advance,
> >>
> >> Bart Boelaert.
> >>
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