>> Since our local office is
having problems, I'll tcpdump an office d/l and then one from home.
Will post when I get them.
I have posted 4 tcpdumps, all grabbing the speedtest.html page:
What OS are the clients running?
from office, www: (super slow)
from office, wwwdb1: (normal speed)
No handshake visible, please capture the whole TCP flow.
from home, www: (normal speed)
from home, wwwdb1: (normal speed)
All dumps were done on wwwdb1 when accessing. Hopefully you guys can
make heads/tails out of those dumps cause I don't know what I'm reading.
Hmm, could you add at least one '-v'? To me it's not enough information
to figure out what's going.
I did notice that in both cases, going directly to wwwdb1 used about 200
packets and both cases of using the cluster, around 100.
Now this is interesting! What strikes me as odd in your dumps is the
client address with a trailing '0', aka 184.108.40.206. I'm not sure how
TCP stacks react to this, but could you for the sake of a clean test
conduct change your IP address of the test client to something between
(including) 220.127.116.11 and 18.104.22.168? Also note, that testing
from within the cluster does not give you proper results due to the
Roberto Nibali, ratz
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