expose at luftgetrock.net
Tue Mar 29 19:47:29 CEST 2005
>>>>Here it doesnt. I even tried to change the mtu of all relevant systems
>>>>to 1400 instead of 1500, which didnt help also...and i cant lower my mtu
>>>>far more...i want some troughput.
>>>I don't know what or where the problem is, but you're the first person I
>>>hear of who can't reach it.
>>It worked for ages here, while i never touched my router for about 2
>>Maybe someone responsible for the webserver could show up and tell me if
>>there were changes done to it recently or not?
> ISP and consequently DNS has changed. Check the IP address.
> It should be 18.104.22.168
> But you're the only one to report problems, which suggests the problem is
> somewhere on your side. Maybe a proxy ?
I dont use proxies - i can ping it perfectly fine.
"ping -s 1432 www.freepascal.org" this assambles to a package size of
1460 which is the mtu of my router - larger packages dont work.
192.168.0.2 is a bridge i need to pass in order to get to 192.168.0.1
Here is my setup:
192.168.0.3 <-> 192.168.0.2 <-> 192.168.0.1 -> ADSL connection
0.3 and 0.2 have a mtu of 1500 while 0.1 has 1442.
0.1 automatically lowers it's mtu to the highest working value - it's a
No matter what i change all those mtu's to - 1460 byte will be the
bigges package that works. maybe one can change the server to not send
larger stuff, and see it this solves it.
I even kept track of PPPoE headers when testing, with no result...
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