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Re: None 3COM 3CXFE575BT sending with no flow control? (Roberto Jung Drebes)
Date: 2000, Aug 08
From: David Hinds <dhinds@pcmcia.sourceforge.org>

I can tell you that it is not a TCP flow control issue.  That is a
much higher level activity; the driver doesn't know anything about TCP
windowing.  The issue is that the transmitter is getting stuck... and
the ring is filling up... and when it has refused to accept more
packets for a long enough time interval, the kernel tries to force the
issue, and the driver complains.

Can you post your kernel messages again?  I don't have any older stuff
from you so when you say things are "still" this way, that doesn't
help me.

-- Dave

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