Reports of bad headers using TUN?

Nigel Hamilton nigel at turbo10.com
Wed Jan 3 23:14:55 GMT 2007


>> Just got back one customer's response. Said the test page worked fine
>> for her.
>
> Scratch that. I misunderstood her. She sent a screen shot from Firefox and 
> IE. IE7 simply reloaded the page but Firefox showed the "bad request" page. 
> And the webserver logs on that node show this "request failed: error reading 
> the headers,"
>
> So that means we know what the problem is now? We know that its packet 
> fragmenting? I guess this one chick is behind some super-duper firewall 
> that's not liking it?
>
> I am suposed to apply that iptable's rule onto the real servers right?


Hi Matthew,

 	Yes. I think that's the plan. Let us know how it goes?

NIge




>
> -Matthew
>
> Matthew wrote:
>> No because I wanted to check to see if that was indeed the case before 
>> applying the fix. I read in the HOWTO that applying the iptable rule caused 
>> other problems with other people.
>> 
>> -Matthwe
>> 
>> Joseph Mack NA3T wrote:
>>> On Wed, 3 Jan 2007, Matthew wrote:
>>> 
>>>> The fact that more people are having this issue is starting to worry me.
>>> 
>>> did you apply the fix(es) in the HOWTO before you asked people to run the 
>>> test?
>>> 
>>> Joe
>>> 
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