Rsync access through NAT?
geert at linux-m68k.org
Wed Apr 25 05:12:43 EST 2001
On Tue, 24 Apr 2001, jeramy b smith wrote:
> I'm not sure. The routers are cisco 55xx and 75xx with the latest firmware loaded. From there it hits the SprintLink and Abovenet clouds. I wish there was a tool that could do an point to point traceroute like journey and stop when it hits a hop that doesn't support ECN. Or does traceroute do this when used with 2.4 and ECN support on?
I think it does.
> -jeramy b smith
> mlan at cpu.lu wrote:
> > Yup, that seems to be the problem. rsync works again for me on
> > penguinppc. So I guess that some device close to penguinppc.org doesn't
> > support ECN.....
Then why can I ping penguinppc.org without problems? Because my AXP firewall
still runs 2.2.x?
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