On 9/20/07, James A. Peltier <jpeltier at cs.sfu.ca> wrote: > semi linux wrote: > > I have a very odd problem connecting to some websites from my CentOS 5 box > > > > Target websites: > > www.connecttech.com > > www.3ware.com > > (two of my HW vendors) > > > > I can usually get some kind of response, but if the content (download > > or page itself) is larger in size (downloads never pass 100K), then it > > hangs... > > > > When I fire-up wireshark, I get a lot of ougoing highlighted Checksum > > Errored packets but I don't know what's causing it... Here's what > > I've eliminated thus far: > > > > - Websites are up and responsive > > - Cable(s) is fine > > - Network drop is fine > > - I put myself behind a firewall to make sure it wasn't my network > > - Network card has been switched > > - Driver has been switched > > - Removed any firewall > > - wget has problems as well > > - Other computers on the same network work fine. > > > > Sites like maps.google.com work just fine... I'm open to any > > suggestion at this point. > > > > I'm completely lost. > > > > - G. > > _______________________________________________ > > CentOS mailing list > > CentOS at centos.org > > http://lists.centos.org/mailman/listinfo/centos > > When you say network drop is fine does that mean from the switch to your > computer? Have you tried a different port on your switch? I've used my laptop on the same network drop... I've changed from port A to B in this cube and I've tried A and B in the cube next to me... all four ports produce the same result with the system but work fine with my laptop.