On 10/16/07, Lisandro Grullon <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Dear all users,
> After troubleshooting from all angles this problem i have run out of 
> imagination/sense. I loaded a machine with Windows Vista a work and try 
> accessing the www.freebsd.org website. The web site didn't load, yet I try 
> again in 10 other machines to see if it was a machine issue. Lastly I try 
> loading the size in a Windows XP machine and it works ok. What seems to be 
> the problem in this case? I have run out of ideas and even ask a few colleges 
> at work and they don't seem to have a clue either. Please advise. Lisandro 
> grullon

>From the section "Compatibility problems" of

"TCP Window Scaling is widely implemented in the Windows Vista
operating system. Because many routers do not properly implement TCP
Window Scaling, it can cause a users Internet connection to
malfunction intermittently for a few minutes, then appear to start
working again for no reason. If "diagnose problem" is selected in
Vista, an error message will be displayed "cannot communicate with
primary DNS server."
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