Thanks. I love how I overlooked the simple answer. I'll give it a try.
On 6/27/08 1:05 PM, "Lowell Gilbert"
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> Andrew Storms <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
>> Anyone else experiencing issues related to phttpget when using
>> freebsd-update? What I'm finding is that there is just enough delay between
>> retrieval of the 6.2 and the 6.3 patches; that the upstream firewall closes
>> the NAT. Then phttpget attempts to retrieve the 6.3 patch set and just
>> assumes the session is already open. Firewall sends a RST back and phttpget
>> doesn't attempt a new 3-way handshake. The end result is freebsd-update
>> then just gives up.
>> If it helps at all, I'm so far only seeing this happen behind a Cisco ASA
>> Anybody else seen this and/or have a suggested work around?
> Maybe perform the 6.2 update and the 6.3 update in separate operations?
> Lowell Gilbert, embedded/networking software engineer, Boston area
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