Re: SLIP Error Messages

Tim_Dorcey@cornell.edu
Mon, 6 Mar 1995 13:31:26 -0500


This almost certainly results from CU-SeeMe trying to push too much data
through your connection. We intend to make some enhancements to better
support low bandwidth connections. In the meantime, I would recommend not
connecting to a CU-SeeMe reflector with a modem connection.

>
> I've been able to run (or so I thought) Cu-Seeme via a SLIP connection
> from home at 21.6KB, with the U.S.Robotics modem, and Windows on a PC.
> Although the video was choppy, I thought this was nornal over the
> modem line, until I got a complaint that I was bringing the SLIP
> Server to its knees with the following error messages:
>
> vmunix: sloutput restart
> vmunix: ... q full - dropping packet
> vmunix: zs1: silo overflow
>
> These messages have filled the /var/adm/messages file on the SLIP
>Server
> to over 2MB in one occasion where I was connected for only 30 minutes.
>
> The messages only occur when I am running Cu-Seeme. They do not happen
> when running Mosaic or Netscape or when FTPing files or anything
> else run via SLIP.
>
> Is it that Cu-Seeme is trying to push too much data through the serial
> line, or do I have some time of hardware problem?
>
> Anyone else experiencing these error messages?
>
> Thanks,
> Rick Janzso
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Tim Dorcey T.Dorcey@cornell.edu
Sr. Programmer/Analyst (607) 255-5715
Advanced Technologies & Planning
CIT Network Resources
Cornell University
Ithaca, NY 14850
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