On Wed, 25 Feb 2004, Aloha Guy wrote:

> Any ideas what is causing this? Is it the xl0 driver because I've
> used FreeBSD machines as ethernet routers before with a similar
> setup except there was no NAT involved and used the fxp drivers and
> it never had this problem. Thanks for your help in advance!

Additional delay while adding a hop is to be expected, no matter how
fast your network or router is.  You only added about 1ms on average,
which is about right.  The lost packet in the second traceroute might
be due to a full/half-duplex mismatch between one of the NICs and the
switch.


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