On Tue, Jan 19, 2010 at 12:46:24AM -0500, Michael Breuer wrote:Postscript: HP has confirmed that the 1400-8g switch doesn't work, "well," in a mixed 100Mb/1000Mb environment, and is dropping DHCP packets.
So net-net, as far as my TX packet loss issue, sky2 is in the clear. IfIMHO until there is no proof from a sniffer or some regs dumps the
something on the linux side should be informing the switch about
something then there may still be an issue. If the wifi router should be
doing something differently, then it's unfortunately likely a 2.4.37
kernel issue (That's what dd-wrt is using).
switch and the router are more suspicious than your NIC or linux box.
Then debugging these other things isn't so much interesting from my
Anyway, if you only want to get it working (instead of debugging),
it seems you might try moving the dhcp server to the router or maybe
even using two separate servers with their pools - unless I missed
something in your config.
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