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Re: Linux Routing Problem

They're Kingston KNE110TX cards (DEC Tuplip Chipset).  I've thought of
hardware failure, but am wondering why the card still seems functional
(from ifconfig's info, anyway) and can be pinged when the situation
arises.  The link light is also on, and still seems to be flickering with
data when this happens.  *shrug*  I may try swapping NICs.

Koree A. Smith  | Ameth Technologies
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On Tue, 20 Mar 2001, Sean /The RIMBoy/ wrote:

> On Tue, 20 Mar 2001, KoReE wrote:
> > I was just curious if anyone has ever run across this probelm.  I use a
> > Linux box to do some routing in my office.  It has two ethernet cards in
> > it, and routes between the two.  For the past few days, it has been doing
> > what appears to be losing ipv4 forwarding.  I will be able to ping both
> > ethernet cards themselves, but none of the machines on the far end
> > (network routed to eth1), even though eth1 is reachable and pingable.  I
> > checked /proc/sys/net/ipv4_fowarding, and it was set to 1, which I believe
> > is correct.  So, anyone ever seen this?  If so, anyone have an idea of
> > what could be happening?
> I've not seen it before, and I don't ever recall hearing of this
> problem.  Curious, what kind of NIC's?
> Sean...
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