On Mon, 30 May 2016 20:57, Per Jessen wrote:
Thanks Yamaban, most helpful! Do you also happen to know how I
determine if the kernel is capable? If that cannot be or is
to determine, I presume it is best to just strip the ECN bits? The
mechanism seems to be mostly superfluous these days anyway. It is
the first time ever in ten years I have had this issue.
Oh, how did I handle that? (long time ago....)
- First, try setting "tcp_ecn = 2" (sysctl net.ipv4.tcp_ecn=2)
- Are new incomming connection handled correctly ?
(accepted, regardless of ECN bits) Yes? -- Then OK, you are done,
please, add the "net.ipv4.tcp_ecn=2" to your config in
Thanks, that's pretty much as I thought. It's been working with
tcp_ecn=2 since last night.
- Still dropped or rejected connections? Invest the
work in the
I think I'll try that out today, it's just a single iptables directive.
Per Jessen, Zürich (15.6°C)
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