Manuel Kasper schrieb am 08. September 2004:
>(...) that NetBSD sends packets larger than [MSS + 40 bytes], which
>are then fragmented and the fragments blocked by ipfilter for some
Strange why NetBSD would do such thing, nobody else does.
>Turning off timestamps in the FreeBSD client (sysctl
>net.inet.tcp.rfc1323=0) makes it work.
I am unwilling to make such a config-change just because of ONE
>This is probably related:
Can't see it, don't care. NetBSD obviously does not want visitors.
Thank you for the explanation and kind regards