Wayne Marshall schrieb am 07. September 2004:
>It must be something simple, but at the moment I am just lost for
Yepp, I just set "sysctl net.inet.tcp.rfc1323=0" on my OpenBSD 3.5
Client (not on m0n0wall!) and www.netbsd.org works. It appears to be a
bug in NetBSD, Manuel found the URL, which describes (short form):
"When the TCP timestamp option (RFC 1323) is used the extra 12 bytes
aren't taken into account when creating a packet so the packet ends up
being 12 bytes larger than the maximum segment size announced by the
correspondent host + 40 bytes for IP+TCP headers"
But as I said: I am unwilling to deactivate RFC 1323, just because of
a bug in NetBSD.