On Fri, 2003-02-14 at 22:12, Shane Hickey wrote:
> On Fri, 2003-02-14 at 11:46, Shane Hickey wrote:
> > Howdy all,
> > My ISP just put in a packetshaper and I am now having problems getting
> > CVSUP to work. I suppose it could be unrelated, but I wanted to see if
> > anyone could suggest good troubleshooting steps. I've tried several
> > cvsup servers (cvsup, cvsup2, cvsup7, cvsup8) and they all either fail
> > immediately, or shortly thereafter with one of the following errors.
> > TreeList failed: Network write failure: ChannelMux.ProtocolError
> > Detailer failed: Network read failure: Input/output error: zlib data
> > error
> I hadn't gotten any responses, but I just noticed something. I put my
> firewall's outside interface into promiscuous mode for Snort and shortly
> thereafter I started getting the following errors.
> Feb 14 15:00:37 elijah kernel: ed1: NIC memory corrupt - invalid packet
> length 4
> Feb 14 15:00:48 elijah kernel: ed1: NIC memory corrupt - invalid packet
> length 3
> Feb 14 15:00:52 elijah kernel: ed1: NIC memory corrupt - invalid packet
> length 4
> Feb 14 15:00:53 elijah kernel: ed1: NIC memory corrupt - invalid packet
> length 3
What version of FreeBSD is this?
Can you post the dmesg output for both (or more) of the nics on the
What is the P'nP OS BIOS option set to on this box?
The reasoning behind my request for more information rests on the
1] There is a possibility of an IRQ conflict with another adapter on the
2] Duff ethernet cabling
> Now, my question all along has been whether my ISP munged something up
> and packets are being corrupted. Might the errors that I'm seeing be
> evidence of that or is it only pointing to the fact that my firewalls
> ed1 interface might be screwy?
Not sure myself, come back to the list with that information, and
hopefully others more informed than I would have memories jogged :-)
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