I'm assuming you meant these to go to the list nadir?
On 26/07/05, nadir at compsoc.nuigalway.ie <nadir at compsoc.nuigalway.ie> wrote:
> we have the same connection in my gaff, I had masq setup and it was pretty nice,
> we recebtly switched to a linksys switch (which works in non-router mode) ibb
> give static ips btw.
> the switch however can not handle torrent traffic, and basically makes everyhing
> to to a crawl, masq and a linux router is definately the way to go, unless you
> want to fork out for a proper router, dont forget to set up your dnat and snat
> rules to your internal machines have proper connectivity, some applications
> require this , bt for example, it will work without it, but slowly.
>> Quoting Stephen Reilly <leydar at gmail.com>:
<snipping myself, strange feeling>
> On another note also, we are getting shitloads of packet loss from IBB, I mean
> even to their second mast, im talking 30 % packet loss, all my wires and stuff
> are crimped ok, I dont understand it. I took the mtu down to 1000, and that
> seemed to solve the problem, but tbh I could do without the overhead , or lack
> of rather on those packets.
> I mean I want the most out of my connection. Any ideas what might be causing
> this ??? ??
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