I've experienced my behaviour on two different laptops now. For some
reasen, the wireless has worked perfectly in both cases, but not the wire...
The laptops are from two different manufacturers (Dell and IBM) So
somehow I don't think it's a unique problem related to one specific
laptop or network card.
Denis Leroy wrote:
I'm also using the Cisco VPN client here at Sun, to connect my
from home, but I'm not having the problem, for me things are working
correctly with the 521 kernel, at least on the wire (never quited
worked with the wireless card though). Though i mainly use ssh, dns
resolutions certainly work...
--- "Kim B. Nielsen" <kbn(a)daimi.au.dk> wrote:
>Just to report it, the 2.6.8-1.521 kernel breaks the Cisco VPN client
>a very odd way.
>The current network configuration og the laptop I'm using, is a
>network card, and an normal network card (wirefull).
>The funny thing is, that when i start the client on the wireless
>interface, everything is fine, and everything works as it's supposed
>If i then shifts to the wire, UDP packages suddently isn't comming
>throug, but tcp connections work fine. That is, no name server
>resolution, but I'm able to ping and access sites with the ip.
>I know that the vpn client is Cisco's responsibility, but I thought I
>would mention it to you, in case that it points to something gone bad
>the kernel. I have tried to do the same exercises with the -358
>that ships with Fedora, and everything works in this kernel.
>I hope this is of some use (And that a fix can be made :)
>Ouuh... Everybody here has a six-pack, but all I've got is a keg...
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