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Old 08-27-2003, 08:37 AM   #1
complus
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Strange message on console


Hi all. I am running RedHat 7.3, and it seems that every now and then I get these strange messages on my console. I leave my server at the login prompt and I connect from my workstation via SSH.

The message thats showing up on my console is:
NET: 19 requests
192.168.###.## --> 192.168.###.# --> tos 10
192.168.###.## --> 192.168.###.# --> tos 10
192.168.###.## --> 192.168.###.# --> tos 10
192.168.###.## --> 192.168.###.# --> tos 10
NET: 1 requests
192.168.###.## --> 192.168.###.# --> tos 10
192.168.###.## --> 192.168.###.# --> tos 10
192.168.###.## --> 192.168.###.# --> tos 10
192.168.###.## --> 192.168.###.# --> tos 10
NET: 5 requests
192.168.###.## --> 192.168.###.# --> tos 10
192.168.###.## --> 192.168.###.# --> tos 10
192.168.###.## --> 192.168.###.# --> tos 10
192.168.###.## --> 192.168.###.# --> tos 10

etc... and it just goes on. I can't scroll up so I can't see the very first message, and it leaves me with a blinking cursor on the last line. The only way to get back to the login prompt is to hit Ctrl+C and that causes the console to clear...

Any thoughts?

Thanks.
 
Old 08-27-2003, 09:51 AM   #2
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...of course there are actual numbers in place of the ###, and each set is different....

example:
192.168.123.45 --> 192.168.987.6 tos10
 
Old 08-27-2003, 02:37 PM   #3
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looks like your modem is receiving its dhcp response......im not sure what tos (type of service) 10 means..... but you could try google.com
 
Old 09-02-2003, 05:35 AM   #4
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i also have a problem with messages coming up on my console the message is:

usb-uhci.c: inturrupt, status 3, frame# 362 (the frame number changes everytime the message appears, which is at least every second).
I've removed the /dev/console entries from my syslog.conf file, but nothing happens, can someone please help?
if you need any more details, go to thread

http://www.linuxquestions.org/questi...threadid=61878
 
  


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