Re: routing problem
On Thursday 17 January 2002 03:44 am, Jeff wrote:
> Klaus Neumann, 2002-Jan-16 22:07 -0800:
> > Hi,
> > I just replaced my SuSE with Debian potato on my second computer (B).
> > Using computer A, still SuSE installed as router. I can ping from A to B
> > without problem. If I ping from B to A, I loose 30% to 55% packets. What
> > am I doing wrong?
> > Cheers,
> > Klaus
> Does the SuSE system have any traffic controls, filters or other
> throttling processes that might be dropping the packets? I'm
> thinking a typical ICMP filter that will only allow so many pings
Not that I know of. When I had SuSE on both computers, it worked perfectly.
Can't connect "B" to the internet either. :-(
Maybe I should have mentioned that I'm using kernel 2.4.17 in Potato?