Thank you Jack;
Could you please explain what I am doing with ecn_check...
Interestingly, I used wget with this (correcting to
http://firestuff.org/projects/ecncheck-0.9.6.tar.bz2) and it worked,
but I can't see it through the web.
Second Question: Is there a particular reason this is not packaged
with fedora if it is of help???
Ph. D. Candidate
Systems Science - ETM
Portland State University
Jack Bowling wrote:
On Fri, May 21, 2004 at 08:05:33PM +0200, Alexander Dalloz wrote:
Am Fr, den 21.05.2004 schrieb Lane Inman um 19:33:
I have read this thread and am having similar problems;
I however am connecting directly to a hub which is connected to
DSL; and I have a fedora core 1 machine on the same network which
is working fine. Additionally, I can ssh, scp and amule with no
problems it just seems like the web.
You can't reach any website or just failing some certain addresses?
You did try to deactivate ECN without success?
Ecncheck is a useful tool for this purpose: