HotMail Not Working..
matthew at tedder.com
Wed Feb 5 17:12:01 EST 2003
On Monday 03 February 2003 22:45, Yanghwee Tan wrote:
> hostap is a driver, it doesn't block network services,
> or any particularly websites! :)
> it could be the dns service or proxy service that's doing
> the filtering, perhaps u could check that out?
> also u may wana find out more from your ISP?
No--I have my own DNS server and plenty of other machines routing through the
server with the wireless card in it. Everything works fine except for this.
Maybe it's that ECN or MTU thing others are talking about.
> On Mon, 3 Feb 2003, Matthew Tedder wrote:
> > I'm running an Open Source Cafe and tried offering wireless via
> > HostAP--it set up easily but cannot access some particular websites such
> > as:
> > hotmail
> > slashdot
> > and a friends home server (running FreeBSD)
> > I am using the latest Red Hat. I've lost a few customers to the coffee
> > shop down the street as a result of this--HotMail is CRUCIAL. Does
> > anyone have any idea what might be going on?
> > I'm using a DWL 520 card.
> > Any useful information would be greatly appreciated.
> > --
> > Matthew C. Tedder
> > SimpFlex Technologies, Inc.
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Matthew C. Tedder
SimpFlex Technologies, Inc.
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