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Date:      Sun, 03 Apr 2011 18:51:47 +0200
From:      Paul Chany <csanyipal@stcable.net>
To:        freebsd-questions@freebsd.org
Subject:   Re: Can't fetch portsnap because of network problem
Message-ID:  <4D98A5A3.3070306@stcable.net>
In-Reply-To: <4D98A1D0.5030706@stcable.net>
References:  <4D9879E3.20508@stcable.net>	<4D9881EB.5010508@infracaninophile.co.uk> <4D98A1D0.5030706@stcable.net>

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2011-04-03 18:35 keltezéssel, Paul Chany írta:
> 2011-04-03 16:19 keltezéssel, Matthew Seaman írta:
>> On 03/04/2011 14:45, Paul Chany wrote:
>>> I'm trying to fetch portsnap but can't because probably of network 
>>> problem.
>>>
>>> Whenever I try to run command
>>> # portsnap fetch extract
>>>
>>> the process stall and never reach 20%. It is sad. :(
>>>
>>> The computer on wich I try to run this command is on my home LAN
>>> that has a gateway/router.
>>>
>>> What can I do to solve this problem?
>> You need to diagnose why your fetch is bombing out.  Start by checking
>> over your own equipment and try to eliminate that as a source of
>> problems.  Make sure all your cabling is in good condition and that all
>> network plugs are correctly seated.  Check for packet errors:
>>
>>     # netstat -i
>>
> All my cabling is in good condition and all network plugs are 
> correctly seated.
>
> I attached the output of '# netstat -i' command in netstat.log file.

Well, it seems that one can't to send mail with attached file onto list, 
right?
Here is the output of netstat -i:
Name    Mtu Network       Address              Ipkts Ierrs Idrop    
Opkts Oerrs  Coll
plip0  1500 <Link#1>                               0     0     0        
0     0     0
lo0   16384 <Link#2>                               0     0     0        
0     0     0
lo0   16384 fe80:2::1     fe80:2::1                0     -     -        
0     -     -
lo0   16384 localhost     ::1                      0     -     -        
0     -     -
lo0   16384 your-net      localhost                0     -     -        
0     -     -
ue0    1500 <Link#3>      00:00:e8:00:11:f1    72968     0     0    
48671    26     0
ue0    1500 192.168.10.0  cspetoile.localdo    72934     -     -    
48682     -     -

-- 
Best Regards,
Paul




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