In message <37247C2A.59411021 at ul.ie>, John Kinsella writes:
>my connection to my ISP (from home) has become ludicrously slow since I
>upgraded to SuSe 6.
>Could be a coincidence but I suspect that I broke something.
>>pings to Irish IP addresses take 100's of ms, even seconds..
>>I'd like to eliminate the possibility that it is a modem-related prob -
>ie have I told the modem to be 300 baud :-)?
>>Any tips? I can use minicom to dial ISP and all seems OK.
>Could there be a mismatch between modem speed & serial port?
Try doing something like:
and see what the connection speed reported is... another thing to try is
setserial /dev/ttyS<modem port> spd_vhi
and see if the connection is any faster. If not then something else is
going silly, check a ping to www.isp.ie
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