Re: Slow Cable Modem
Which sites are slow? I recently read somethign about 2.4 having
compatibility issues with certain routers.
For more info, see this link.
The long and short of it is try:
#echo "0" > /proc/sys/net/ipv4/tcp_ecn
and see if it helps. 2.4 implements something called Explicit Congestion
Notification, or ECN. It's a good idea, but some routers have not bee
upgraded to support it yet. From one of our network engineers:
PIX and LocalDirector have been the main culprits with ECN issues, as far
as Cisco gear is concerned.
ECN support for PIX was resolved via bug ID CSCds23698; for
On Tue, May 01, 2001 at 08:13:41AM -0500, Kidd, Peter wrote:
> can't be normal day with cable modem, 3 minutes later same machine, same
> site, same file, but win98 is a 5 second download, compared to tens of
> minutes or not at all in linux (now potato with A Bunk's updates, actually
> downloaded in win98)
> On Mon, Apr 30, 2001 at 11:02:02AM -0500, Kidd, Peter wrote:
> > on a dual boot PC, apt-get runs effectively 10-20X slower than win98 ftp's
> > to the same sites, downloading occurs in short spurts followed by long
> > pauses and frequent 'timed outs' - running with Surfboard 4100 to @home -
> > it because I have a 2.4.1 kernel running an otherwise slink installation
> > (which I'm trying to dist-upgrade)?
> Looks to me normal day with cable modem. There are many local network
> bottle neck issues. Oh last few weeks some debian host were slow. Some
> address has multiple host and they respond differently. Osamu
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