On Thu, 19 Oct 2006, Ted Mittelstaedt wrote: > Until you do what I told you to do and properly setup and test under > fxp0, I am just not going to waste my time on this anymore. I will > leave you with a printout of a test run on a new mailserver I'm building up > right now, in fact, using an fxp card, to prove it's a not a stack problem. > You can choose to believe it or you can choose to continue wasting your > time chasing ghosts in the TP stack when the problem is the driver:
I'm setting up test servers now, it's just taking time to get a good test environment up. I'll respond with actual numbers after testing, between autoneg and forced 100/full servers. I admit, the forced 100/full is because of ancient lore, particularly with cisco switches not always playing nice with autonegotiation, we've just always done it that way (until gbit), and never had any problems. The servers in question all do 150-200Mbit in production, no problem, it's just that any one flow can't do more than ~300KB/s cross country. Given that they're over 100Mbit, what ethernet card is recommended if em has problems? FWIW, I am able to receive full speed on all of these servers. freebsd.org sends at 10Mbit, kernel.org at 20+. It's only sending speed that I have a problem with, and only with freebsd. Thanks, Moses _______________________________________________ firstname.lastname@example.org mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"