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Old 02-21-2010, 11:40 PM   #1
kaligula1234
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Ptunnel not working, possibly due to high packet loss?


Hi All,

Trying to set up an icpm tunnel with Ptunnel, got it set up on both my client and server, on server starting it with the simple ./ptunnel command, on the client starting it with:

ptunnel -p XXX.XX.XX.XXX -lp 8023 -da localhost -dp 22


Then trying to connect to ssh on the server with "ssh localhost -p 8023"

That command is just hanging though, and eventually being "disconnected by 127.0.0.1"

Checking the output of the ptunnel process on both server and client and they are definitely communicating, seems to be a lot of resends and when gives packet loss info is between 10 and 30%. Is that enough to cause it to not being able to connect at all though? Anything I can change to fix that?

Or what else could it be?

Thanks!
 
  


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