It does not occur any more since reboot. Will try some printk's and
recompile and wait it to happen _if_ it ever happens again.
Since it's gone now I currently suspect bad RAM the most. But no other
stange thing have happene so I don't really know.
> I do not understand what happens at all. It is surely not a plain
> packet corruption because tcpdump shows correct packet. Hmm... of course,
> provided you make tcpdump on receiving host.
Yes, they were from the receiving host.
-- Meelis Roos (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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