I've noticed that Mozilla has already deployed IPv6 into their browser
while Knode is still using IPv4. Any idea when will the folks at KDE
# lsof -i
> # lsof -i
Fundamentalism is fundamentally wrong.
>>I've noticed that Mozilla has already deployed IPv6 into their browser
>>while Knode is still using IPv4. Any idea when will the folks at KDE
>># lsof -i
> I thought Knode was a news reader (That's what I'm using right now). IIRC,
> the browser is Konqueror.
I have a braindead ISP that filters some ICMP but doesn't seem to
realise it. (Yes, I know, but choices are few. ):) With IPv4 I have to
iptables -A FORWARD -p tcp -m tcp --tcp-flags SYN,RST SYN -j TCPMSS --clamp-mss-to-pmtu
or large packets don't get through.
Now I'm playing with IPv6, again small packets get through and large
packets don't, so I'm guessing that exactly the same problem is
occurring. Unfortunately, the relevant gateway machines tend to run late
2.4 kernels, so ip6tables isn't offering a TCPMSS target.
But, that machine uses IPv6-in-IPv4 anyway (a route for 2000::/3 via
::220.127.116.11) so I am wondering: is there some magic that I can use to
make the IPv6 stuff use the IPv4 TCPMSS target, so I can get sensible
IPv6 connectivity without having to use a very recent kernel?
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9. IPv4 vs IPv6