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Re: Network Install bogs


To add on the last post;

I have concluded that there is NO hardware problems because, I just
transferred a large ISO (650megs) from the Ipmasq server to the Sun Box,
and I got very good speeds, and it did copy the ISO to the Sun Box.

However, when I try to download an ISO to that box I get good speeds for
about 60 secs, and it just "stalls" according to wget.


On Fri, 17 Jan 2003, Ben Collins wrote:

> On Fri, Jan 17, 2003 at 10:02:01AM -0500, Naresh Reddy wrote:
> > I am trying to do a network install of Debian (Woody) on an Ultra Sparc10. I
> > already set up tftp and it boots the image fine, however when I set up the
> > network and try to get rescue.bin from the debian mirror it stops downloaded it
> > at about 50%.
> >
> > When I open up another console (Alt+F2) I can ping out fine (ip masq), and even
> > ping the debian server(s). So I don't think there is anything wrong with my
> > network.
> You have a firewall..are you also using a transparent http proxy? Have
> you tried http and ftp?
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