Lee Sharp wrote:
> From: "Jack Pivac" <email at delphinus dot co dot nz>
>> Lee Sharp wrote:
>>> I take it all back. This is not on the client. :-) Check in the
>>> m0n0wall http://your.server.address/status_interfaces.php and see if
>>> you have any errors in/out or collisions. If that is clean, get the
>>> ultimate boot cd http://ubcd.sourceforge.net/ and boot it on the
>>> m0n0wall to test ram and cpu. If all that tests good, do a test
>>> just like above, and save a status.php and we can look. This is the
>>> first time I have seen this problem be the m0n0 box.
>> May as well throw it all in :)
>> WAN interface
>> Status up
>> MAC address 00:00:c0:73:99:ca
>> IP address 202.27.186.x
>> Subnet mask 255.255.255.224
>> Gateway 18.104.22.168
>> In/out packets 17722847/15605213 (836.10 MB/649.74 MB)
>> In/out errors 250/190920
>> Collisions 293118
> I think we have a winner here. This is amazingly bad connectivity.
> Here are three random boxes of mine. You can see that I have no
> errors and a lot more traffic. Call your ISP. What you call them is
> up to you. :-)
You 100% sure?
We've had the connection up for nearly 2 months now and its only started
having DNS issues now... and they wont go away... at all... Its been 3
First time we had DNS issues (about a week or so ago) it went away by
itself after about 2-3 hours.
Aren't the collisions just due to it being a half-duplex wireless