Diagnose co-location networking problem
stephanwehner at gmail.com
Thu Jan 4 22:33:19 PST 2007
> I haven't yet looked at the new data you've reported because of the
> last point that you mention, the point that I brought up in my
> previous email, is of critical importance. There is currently
> evidence that suggests the possibility that this problem is not
> reproduceable from anywhere but your home network. If that is indeed
> the case then what you have is likely not a problem with the FreeBSD
> networking code on your colocated box but rather a problem with
> your home network. If so, then this is the wrong forum to seek
> assistance in troubleshooting a non-FreeBSD networking problem.
Yes, it does look like that - a problem at my home end.
Thanks a lot for the assistance!
> Before we can meaningfully assist you with your issue here, we're
> going to need to see evidence that shifts the finger of blame
> back towards the FreeBSD networking code and away from your home
> network where it is currently pointing.
> Matthew Hudson
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