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Old 12th February 2012, 02:59 PM
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fast pint out, slow ping in


I have a problem with my Fedora 16 machine and I don't know how to go about it.

The F16 machine is on a WIFI network, I also have a Mac laptop on the same wifi network. I noticed a problem while sshing to the F16 from the OSX laptop.

Note: Firewall is off, so is SE_Linux

A few pings show the issue:

Ping from OSX to F16 is flaky, with ping times varying a lot.
I get up to 2000ms for the replies, get a few Request timeout for icmp_seq messages.

The thing is that ping from F16 to OSX is fine, most ping around the 7ms mark. and no timeout.

I tried to ping google.com from the F16 and that's fine too.

In short:
ping from F16 to google.com: good
ping from F16 to OSX : good
print from OSX to F16 : bad.

Any ideas, or even pointers to thing to check?

Thanks in advance
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