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From: Marvin Stodolsky <stodolsk@rcn.com>
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Subject: Re: Still can't get better speed :(
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Your 2nd email on IP dependence is interested.
You could check your relevant log files in /var/log =

perhaps  syslog or kern.log (my installation is Debian)
and check whether there is an difference in the chat script conversation
with the IPs giving 31200 & 53000 CONNECTs.

Note that it is possbile to use the 5.68 and 5.78 driven alternatively. =

You can use the ltinst of the 5.68 binary kit under a 2.2.14 kernel.
If will create a real (as opposed to symbolic) /dev/ttyS14 which the
ltmodem.o (5.68) requires.  However you will have to go through the
nuisance of specifying alternatively in your dial up scripts,
/dev/ttyS14 for ltmodem.o (5.68) and /dev/ttyLT0 for ltmodem.o (5.78)

Still it would be interesting to have the comparison.

MarvS

> =

> I just upgraded to kernel 2.4 (with SuSE Linux 7.1) and I was hoping th=
at
> with the new kernel I would get better speed than 31200 :(
> But unfortunately I can't.
> I changed the country code to the proper one (Greece), I even changed i=
t
> to oter countries also.. but with no  luck.
> =

> As I've said before, with the binary only driver 5.68 in 2.2 kernel the=

> speed was maximum (51K I think).
> =

> ANy more hints, please??
> =

> --
> Panayotis Katsloulis,  teras at writeme dot com

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