On Fri, 05 Jan 2001, Jordan Mendelson wrote:
> I reported this a couple of months back with 2.4.0-test10 and hoping
> that it might have been fixed I tested 2.4.0 proper with no luck.
> We are seeing a huge performance problem between 2.4.0 SMP and Windows
> users dialed up using compressed PPP. The Linux box is a standard
> valinux dual p3 running 2.4.0 without TCP ECN and without mmapped
> network IO connected to a Cisco 6509 which is then connected to the
> Internet. The Windows machine is a running 98SE 4.10.2222 dialed up to
> an ISP over it's built in modem.
Try disabling VJ TCP/IP header compression on Windows box.
I think I have the same problem, and when connecting to 2.4 server
I see these in logs (this is linux client):
Jan 3 01:14:17 home kernel: PPP: VJ decompression error
Jan 3 01:14:37 home kernel: PPP: VJ decompression error
Why this happens? This occurs when I try to connect to 2.4 server _only_ :(
Same hardware on both sides but 2.2 on server and no problems.
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