Strange networking problem

Tom London selinux at gmail.com
Thu Jul 21 21:49:50 UTC 2005


On 7/21/05, Thomas Cameron <thomas.cameron at camerontech.com> wrote:
> 
> > Hi,
> >
> > My router is working fine and my broadband connection seems okay.
> > Problem is this. If I use firefox, getting pages can be hideously slow.
> > Trying to do an svn checkout is painful from a terminal window and I am
> > getting resolution problems when trying to do a yum update (run out of
> > mirrors error). If I try to ping I am getting 100% loss, yet emails can
> > come and go without a problem!
> >
> > Has any ideas what on earth is going on? I'm using rawhide on a box last
> > updated 2 days ago.
> 
> Any chance you somehow turned on iptables with the last update? Maybe
> there are some weird rules in place?
> 
> Thomas
> 
> 
I've noticed with my laptop, that the network gets setup using my wireless 
connection instead of the wired one. This produces performance issues when 
the wireless signal is weak.

If you have more than one interface (e.g., one wired/one wireless), check if 
the default route is using the right interface (via '/sbin/route').

tom

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Tom London
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