On Mon, 2003-03-31 at 13:06, Mark Cooke wrote:
> Hi Phil,
> I had an issue with MTU, and I manually changed the CIPE-Win32 MTU to
> 1442 by changing the registry, on the windows end of a linux-win32 cipe
> This cured a problem I was having where small packets, like imap checks
> for new mail, would make it over the encrypted link, but bulk transfers
> such as actually grabbing the new messages, would fail.
> This was on XP.
> Note, I also set the service to manual, because even with the latest
> dependancy registry mods, on (my install of) XP, the machine still
> pauses for ~ 2 minutes during startup, logging DWK failed to start, and
> then a terminated unexpectedly, before finally starting up. I just
> added a key to the 'Run' part of the registry, so the service is started
> on login.[#] It means I have to login before the CIPE link comes up,
> but that isn't too big a deal in my situation.
> With both the above, CIPE runs very well over my 802.11b link, so I was
> able to switch off WEP (which isn't secure anyway). I should just note
> I've had a couple of blue screens since installing CIPE.
> [*] I added an MTU dword key to the right interface in
> [#] HKLM\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run, added a string,
> "C:\windows\system32\cipsrvr.exe" -start
> On Mon, 2003-03-31 at 09:55, Phil wrote:
> > hi,
> > I'd like to konwo if it is ok that my cipcb0's MTU is 1442 ? if I use a
> > windows 2000 client and a cipe linux server, can I have a problem with
> > MTU?
> > Best regards,
> > Phil
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thx for your answer Mark. My VPN is ok with 2 Linux (yeaaahhhh! Linux's
POWER) but It doesn't work with Linux <-> windows 200 Cipe-Win32. I'll
try to modify Windows's MTU.
thx for your help.