Re: Bizarre network problem
Date: 20 Jul 2004 06:13:24 GMT
In article <2m3qglFirdi9U1@uni-berlin.de>, ynotssor wrote:
><firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
>> Any attempt to route beyond the gateway was met with no
>> reply. I checked the wireless router and it had no WEP, no MAC
>> address restrictions, no security.
>> But anyone got any idea?
No. It's something far more subtle than that. I notice that the TTL
on my packets is set at 64, whereas the windows boxes have 128 for
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