j_kn at yahoo.com
Fri Jan 22 06:51:24 EST 1999
The kernel is 2.1.24. Actually, if I start ppp as root from console, I
don't see lot packets transfer. If the machine is freshly rebooted and
I login from a regular user's X-window, using 'su -', then problem
will come up. It seems to me the machine sends out packets and then
the packets loop back.
The "Bad checksum" message has nothing to do with X-window.
---Kevin Puetz <kp11901 at cedarnet.org> wrote:
> What kernel? This has been resolved (though it came and went for a
> time...) It never fully stopped networking from working, though.
> >From: j k <j_kn at yahoo.COM>
> >To: puetzk6715 at uni.edu
> >Subject: Re: ppp problem
> >Date: Tue, Jan 19, 1999, 3:21 PM
> > Thank you very much for the info, I didn't know netcfg can be used
> > set up network. I tried kppp but no luck at all so I just use the
> > regular ppp. I guess there are some other problems with the network.
> > It complains "bad checksum". I need to look into this when I get a
> > chance.
> > Thanks again
> > Jun Kong
> > ---puetzk6715 at uni.edu wrote:
> >> I have never had good luck with kppp - I use netcfg, which works
> >> better.
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