[Bridge] problems with samba protocol

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Mon, 10 Apr 2000 11:41:35 +0200—–Original Message—–From: Mateusz Lapsa To: Paul Meyer Date: maandag 10 april 2000 9:50Subject: Re: [Bridge] problems with samba protocol>On Mon, 10 Apr 2000, Paul Meyer wrote:>>> >OK. I made a few tests and as I can see it works this way.>> >When I’m sending short packet which isn’t spilted it works OK.>> >(ping -s 1468 gots back)>> >However If even a byte goes over, to next packet I can’t receive a>> >pong. (ping -s 1500) Tcpdump says that destination machine didin’t>> >respond. (there isn’t any respond on any of my switch interfaces)>> >>> >Could it be that destination mac adress is being changed in this>> >situation? I haven’t got anything to check it yet, but it look like this>> >works that way.>> >I need a dumping tool which shows mac adresses (does it exist?).>>>> You wouldn’t be using 8139 clones, would you?>>>And what would happend if I…>OK. This was a very chip server, which even now has a HDD borrowed from me.>What exactly is wrong with this clones (d-link one in my case)?I used to have the exact same problems that you are experiencing. It turnedout that the linux driver for these cards (somebody correct me if I’m wrong)doesn;t work that well. When I replaced the 8139 card with a 3com, theproblem was gone. I also read that the 8139 driver has or will be rewrittenfor release in the newer kernels, but I’m not sure about that (anybody?).Anyway, I’d suggest using different cards.>BTW: Do you know any diagnosting tool I was asking about?I remember a DOS programme packaged with the cards on a disk. It’s calledRSET8139 or something. Using linux, you can see the HWaddr with ifconfig.Paul

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