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> Jonathan Lemon <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> _crivait (wrote) :
> > jlemon 2000/05/05 20:31:10 PDT
> > Modified files:
> > sys/netinet tcp.h tcp_input.c tcp_output.c
> > tcp_timer.c tcp_var.h
> > Log:
> > Implement TCP NewReno, as documented in RFC 2582. This allows
> > better recovery for multiple packet losses in a single window.
> > The algorithm can be toggled via the sysctl net.inet.tcp.newreno,
> > which defaults to "on".
> > Submitted by: Jayanth Vijayaraghavan <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> This seems to have serious side effects on some TCP connections.
> My ssh connection to a Linux server dies randomly wicth 'Connection
> reset by peer', remote log shows:
> May 7 16:31:13 hsc sshd: fatal: Local: Bad packet length 300903990.
> setting net.inet.tcp.newreno to 0 fix my problem.
> If this can help : i'm running -CURRENT from yesterday, i am using
> stock ssh-1.2.27 (not openssh) on both sides on 33.6kbps ppp connection.
The same problem. Local is openssh (current), remote is ssh-1.2.22 (2.2.6),
slip ~24kbps connection. Remote log:
May 9 09:59:17 crocus sshd: fatal: Local: Corrupted check bytes on input.
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