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    "Connection Reset by Peer" or "hang"

    Here is my problem: I am trying to install a software (Steam), and from time to time during the update (it gets the files from the net), it ends up either with "Connection reset by Peer" or it just hangs.

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    So you guys don't know what the problem is?

    Here are the output of the program and the tcpdump log. I'm not sure if each is for a different test, but it might still help...

    STEAM OUTPUT (first and last few lines)
    ====================

    root@venus:/misc/steam# ./steam -update cstrike
    Checking bootstrapper version ...
    Updating Installation
    Checking/Installing 'Linux HLDS binaries' version 1

    No installation record found at /misc/steam/cstrike
    Checking/Installing 'Linux HLDS base content' version 0
    Downloading: /misc/steam/cstrike\valve\gfx\env\duskft.bmp
    Downloading: /misc/steam/cstrike\valve\gfx\env\duskft.tga
    Downloading: /misc/steam/cstrike\valve\gfx\env\dusklf.bmp
    ...

    Downloading: /misc/steam/cstrike\valve\gfx\env\nightlf.bmp
    Downloading: /misc/steam/cstrike\valve\gfx\env\nightlf.tga
    Downloading: /misc/steam/cstrike\valve\gfx\env\nightrt.bmp
    Downloading: /misc/steam/cstrike\valve\gfx\env\nightrt.tga
    Downloading: /misc/steam/cstrike\valve\gfx\env\nightup.bmp
    Downloading: /misc/steam/cstrike\valve\gfx\env\nightup.tga
    Downloading: /misc/steam/cstrike\valve\gfx\env\spacebk.tga
    Connection Reset, errno 104 "Connection reset by peer"
    root@venus:/misc/steam#


    TCPDUMP OUTPUT (last few lines)
    ======================

    00:16:49.481064 209.250.30.32.1516 > 66.250.220.45.27030: . ack 4519804 win 63712 <nop,nop,timestamp 12605644 1131207,nop,nop,sack sack 1 {4521252:4521533} > (DF)
    00:16:49.503225 66.250.220.45.27030 > 209.250.30.32.1516: . 4519804:4521252(144 ack 2393 win 65509 <nop,nop,timestamp 1131207 12605600> (DF)
    00:16:49.503356 209.250.30.32.1516 > 66.250.220.45.27030: . ack 4521533 win 63712 <nop,nop,timestamp 12605646 1131207> (DF)
    00:16:49.508840 209.250.30.32.1516 > 66.250.220.45.27030: P 2393:2419(26) ack 4521533 win 63712 <nop,nop,timestamp 12605647 1131207> (DF)
    00:16:49.677011 66.250.220.45.27030 > 209.250.30.32.1516: P 4521533:4521550(17) ack 2419 win 65483 <nop,nop,timestamp 1131210 12605647> (DF)
    00:16:49.698487 66.250.220.45.27030 > 209.250.30.32.1516: . 4521550:4522998(144 ack 2419 win 65483 <nop,nop,timestamp 1131210 12605647> (DF)
    00:16:49.698644 209.250.30.32.1516 > 66.250.220.45.27030: . ack 4522998 win 63712 <nop,nop,timestamp 12605666 1131210> (DF)
    00:16:49.719657 66.250.220.45.27030 > 209.250.30.32.1516: . 4522998:4524446(144 ack 2419 win 65483 <nop,nop,timestamp 1131210 12605647> (DF)
    00:16:49.740845 66.250.220.45.27030 > 209.250.30.32.1516: . 4524446:4525894(144 ack 2419 win 65483 <nop,nop,timestamp 1131210 12605647> (DF)
    00:16:49.740975 209.250.30.32.1516 > 66.250.220.45.27030: . ack 4525894 win 63712 <nop,nop,timestamp 12605670 1131210> (DF)
    00:16:49.762054 66.250.220.45.27030 > 209.250.30.32.1516: . 4525894:4527342(144 ack 2419 win 65483 <nop,nop,timestamp 1131210 12605647> (DF)
    00:16:49.783235 66.250.220.45.27030 > 209.250.30.32.1516: . 4527342:4528790(144 ack 2419 win 65483 <nop,nop,timestamp 1131210 12605647> (DF)
    00:16:49.783375 209.250.30.32.1516 > 66.250.220.45.27030: . ack 4528790 win 63712 <nop,nop,timestamp 12605674 1131210> (DF)
    00:16:49.804429 66.250.220.45.27030 > 209.250.30.32.1516: . 4528790:4530238(144 ack 2419 win 65483 <nop,nop,timestamp 1131210 12605647> (DF)
    00:16:49.825629 66.250.220.45.27030 > 209.250.30.32.1516: . 4530238:4531686(144 ack 2419 win 65483 <nop,nop,timestamp 1131210 12605647> (DF)
    00:16:49.825762 209.250.30.32.1516 > 66.250.220.45.27030: . ack 4531686 win 63712 <nop,nop,timestamp 12605678 1131210> (DF)
    00:16:49.940921 66.250.220.45.27030 > 209.250.30.32.1516: . 4531686:4533134(144 ack 2419 win 65483 <nop,nop,timestamp 1131213 12605666> (DF)
    00:16:49.962139 66.250.220.45.27030 > 209.250.30.32.1516: . 4533134:4534582(144 ack 2419 win 65483 <nop,nop,timestamp 1131213 12605670> (DF)
    00:16:49.962294 209.250.30.32.1516 > 66.250.220.45.27030: . ack 4534582 win 63712 <nop,nop,timestamp 12605692 1131213> (DF)
    00:16:49.983310 66.250.220.45.27030 > 209.250.30.32.1516: . 4534582:4536030(144 ack 2419 win 65483 <nop,nop,timestamp 1131213 12605670> (DF)
    00:16:50.004535 66.250.220.45.27030 > 209.250.30.32.1516: . 4536030:4537478(144 ack 2419 win 65483 <nop,nop,timestamp 1131213 12605670> (DF)
    00:16:50.004670 209.250.30.32.1516 > 66.250.220.45.27030: . ack 4537478 win 63712 <nop,nop,timestamp 12605696 1131213> (DF)
    00:58:19.058643 209.250.30.32.1516 > 66.250.220.45.27030: F 2419:2419(0) ack 4537478 win 63712 <nop,nop,timestamp 12854602 1131213> (DF)
    00:58:19.696515 209.250.30.32.1516 > 66.250.220.45.27030: F 2419:2419(0) ack 4537478 win 63712 <nop,nop,timestamp 12854666 1131213> (DF)
    00:58:20.976494 209.250.30.32.1516 > 66.250.220.45.27030: F 2419:2419(0) ack 4537478 win 63712 <nop,nop,timestamp 12854794 1131213> (DF)

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    What the hell is steam?

    When you get "Connection reset by peer" that basically means that a client trys to connect to an SMTP port, but then resets the connection before completing the handshake. Is it possible to connect to a different server? Are you behind a router and/or firewall?

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    Steam is a content provider for games. The linux version is to set up game servers. (http://www.steampowered.com)

    When I use the software (Steam) to install a game server (cstrike). It is shown by the output of Steam...

    I am not behind a router for this server and my other linux box.

    Also, instead of "Connection Reset by Peer", I can also get "Connection Reset" (without "by peer") or it can just hang.

    BTW, I tried to reinstall knoppix on 3 different computers total: the original one, the other linux box, and my own PC (i used the same HD every time). And unfortunately, it NEVER worked.

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    Apparently, a data transfer starts but a packet gets dropped and that leaves a "hole". Your machine sends ack's letting the far end know about the hole, but they never get there. SO the far end eventually sees that something's wrong, and re-xmits what it thinks is the missing packet. BUT, since it never sees the right ack, it sends the wrong packet and the connection sits forever, until you kill it.

    What does cat /proc/net/devices tell you?

    How are you connected to the internet? Be specific.

    Have a look through tcpdump up until the point to where it drops a packet. You should be able to see which one it's happening on. Then, see if it's always the same one maybe. Check out Ethereal- it will make your life easier.

    Go and read this

    My guess is still the server you are trying to connect to. It seems to me that there are several to choose from.

    You have two Linux boxes? Do they share your internet connection? If so how?

    In your original post you say you're "trying to install software" and then "during the updates"- so which is it? You've installed the Steam software and while you're trying to get the automatic patch this is happening? Do you invoke the patching process yourself or does it happen when you log on their network?

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    Re: "Connection Reset by Peer" or "hang"

    --I had problems just updating the original Half-life to the latest client today (v111 IIIRC.) Connection reset by peer usually means a transient error (their server is busy.) If the rest of your Internet connections/websites are working Ok, then just try it again later and/or find another server.

    Quote Originally Posted by oreo
    Here is my problem: I am trying to install a software (Steam), and from time to time during the update (it gets the files from the net), it ends up either with "Connection reset by Peer" or it just hangs.

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    Here's how I'm connected to the net:

    I have a DSL connection with a modem set up in bridge mode. I am sharing the connection using three computers: 1 linux router (Astaro), and 2 linux servers (Knoppix and E-Smith based on Red-Hat aka "other linux box").

    What does cat /proc/net/devices tell you?
    Apparently, the file doesn't exist. I tried to search around /proc/net and /proc/sys/net, but didn't find devices...

    How can i know when it drops a packet?

    Steam is a small-sized software to get the actual files for the games. In my case, I want to install Counter-Strike, so I do "./steam -update cstrike". It hangs while doing the update. To get the client itself, I just need to get it from a FTP site...

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    Re: "Connection Reset by Peer" or "hang"

    Quote Originally Posted by Dave_Bechtel
    --I had problems just updating the original Half-life to the latest client today (v111 IIIRC.) Connection reset by peer usually means a transient error (their server is busy.) If the rest of your Internet connections/websites are working Ok, then just try it again later and/or find another server.

    Quote Originally Posted by oreo
    Here is my problem: I am trying to install a software (Steam), and from time to time during the update (it gets the files from the net), it ends up either with "Connection reset by Peer" or it just hangs.
    The problem is that when I tried it on my other linux box, it worked all the way to the end without doind this...

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    Ok. I re-installed knoppix for like the 7th time (because of switching back and forth between different hardware), and I tried again. Here are the output of Steam and tcpdump (It couldn't even get the first file!!!):

    STEAM
    ====

    Checking bootstrapper version ...
    Updating Installation
    No installation record found at /var/soft/steam/cstrike
    Updating 'Linux HLDS binaries' from version 0 to version 2


    TCPDUMP
    ======

    15:01:44.205439 209.250.30.32.1054 > 207.173.177.13.27031: S 3009394555:3009394555(0) win 5840 <mss 1460,sackOK,timestamp 90716 0,nop,wscale 0> (DF)
    15:01:47.199496 209.250.30.32.1054 > 207.173.177.13.27031: S 3009394555:3009394555(0) win 5840 <mss 1460,sackOK,timestamp 91016 0,nop,wscale 0> (DF)
    15:01:53.199496 209.250.30.32.1054 > 207.173.177.13.27031: S 3009394555:3009394555(0) win 5840 <mss 1460,sackOK,timestamp 91616 0,nop,wscale 0> (DF)
    15:01:53.661751 207.173.177.13.27031 > 209.250.30.32.1054: . ack 3009394556 win 64240 <nop,nop,timestamp 8774654 91616> (DF)
    15:01:54.430271 207.173.177.13.27031 > 209.250.30.32.1054: S 1169343781:1169343781(0) ack 3009394556 win 64240 <mss 1460,nop,wscale 0,nop,nop,timestamp 0 0,nop,nop,sackOK> (DF)
    15:01:54.430352 209.250.30.32.1054 > 207.173.177.13.27031: . ack 1 win 5840 <nop,nop,timestamp 91739 0> (DF)
    15:01:54.430691 209.250.30.32.1054 > 207.173.177.13.27031: P 1:5(4) ack 1 win 5840 <nop,nop,timestamp 91739 0> (DF)
    15:01:54.962969 207.173.177.13.27031 > 209.250.30.32.1054: P 1:2(1) ack 5 win 64236 <nop,nop,timestamp 8774666 91739> (DF)
    15:01:54.963125 209.250.30.32.1054 > 207.173.177.13.27031: . ack 2 win 5840 <nop,nop,timestamp 91792 8774666> (DF)
    15:01:54.963303 209.250.30.32.1054 > 207.173.177.13.27031: P 5:10(5) ack 2 win 5840 <nop,nop,timestamp 91792 8774666> (DF)
    15:01:55.495769 207.173.177.13.27031 > 209.250.30.32.1054: P 2:72(70) ack 10 win 64231 <nop,nop,timestamp 8774671 91792> (DF)
    15:01:55.496085 209.250.30.32.1054 > 207.173.177.13.27031: F 10:10(0) ack 72 win 5840 <nop,nop,timestamp 91845 8774671> (DF)
    15:01:55.497169 207.173.177.13.27031 > 209.250.30.32.1054: F 72:72(0) ack 10 win 64231 <nop,nop,timestamp 8774671 91792> (DF)
    15:01:55.497251 209.250.30.32.1054 > 207.173.177.13.27031: . ack 73 win 5840 <nop,nop,timestamp 91845 8774671> (DF)
    15:01:56.050814 207.173.177.13.27031 > 209.250.30.32.1054: . ack 11 win 64231 <nop,nop,timestamp 8774677 91845> (DF)
    15:02:02.681979 209.250.30.32.1058 > 207.173.177.13.27031: S 3023444865:3023444865(0) win 5840 <mss 1460,sackOK,timestamp 92564 0,nop,wscale 0> (DF)
    15:02:03.320538 207.173.177.13.27031 > 209.250.30.32.1058: S 1193779811:1193779811(0) ack 3023444866 win 64240 <mss 1460,nop,wscale 0,nop,nop,timestamp 0 0,nop,nop,sackOK> (DF)
    15:02:03.320621 209.250.30.32.1058 > 207.173.177.13.27031: . ack 1 win 5840 <nop,nop,timestamp 92628 0> (DF)
    15:02:03.320940 209.250.30.32.1058 > 207.173.177.13.27031: P 1:5(4) ack 1 win 5840 <nop,nop,timestamp 92628 0> (DF)
    15:02:04.044181 207.173.177.13.27031 > 209.250.30.32.1058: P 1:2(1) ack 5 win 64236 <nop,nop,timestamp 8774755 92628> (DF)
    15:02:04.044336 209.250.30.32.1058 > 207.173.177.13.27031: . ack 2 win 5840 <nop,nop,timestamp 92700 8774755> (DF)
    15:02:04.044513 209.250.30.32.1058 > 207.173.177.13.27031: P 5:30(25) ack 2 win 5840 <nop,nop,timestamp 92700 8774755> (DF)
    15:02:04.831352 207.173.177.13.27031 > 209.250.30.32.1058: . 2:1450(144 ack 30 win 64211 <nop,nop,timestamp 8774762 92700> (DF)
    15:02:04.852293 207.173.177.13.27031 > 209.250.30.32.1058: . 1450:2898(144 ack 30 win 64211 <nop,nop,timestamp 8774762 92700> (DF)
    15:02:04.852452 209.250.30.32.1058 > 207.173.177.13.27031: . ack 2898 win 11584 <nop,nop,timestamp 92781 8774762> (DF)
    15:02:05.597146 207.173.177.13.27031 > 209.250.30.32.1058: . 4382:5830(144 ack 30 win 64211 <nop,nop,timestamp 8774770 92781> (DF)
    15:02:05.597287 209.250.30.32.1058 > 207.173.177.13.27031: . ack 2898 win 11584 <nop,nop,timestamp 92855 8774762,nop,nop,sack sack 1 {4382:5830} > (DF)
    15:02:05.618328 207.173.177.13.27031 > 209.250.30.32.1058: . 5830:7278(144 ack 30 win 64211 <nop,nop,timestamp 8774770 92781> (DF)
    15:02:05.618464 209.250.30.32.1058 > 207.173.177.13.27031: . ack 2898 win 11584 <nop,nop,timestamp 92857 8774762,nop,nop,sack sack 1 {4382:7278} > (DF)
    15:02:05.639553 207.173.177.13.27031 > 209.250.30.32.1058: . 7278:8726(144 ack 30 win 64211 <nop,nop,timestamp 8774770 92781> (DF)
    15:02:05.639682 209.250.30.32.1058 > 207.173.177.13.27031: . ack 2898 win 11584 <nop,nop,timestamp 92860 8774762,nop,nop,sack sack 1 {4382:8726} > (DF)
    15:02:06.149566 207.173.177.13.27031 > 209.250.30.32.1058: . 8738:10186(144 ack 30 win 64211 <nop,nop,timestamp 8774777 92855> (DF)
    15:02:06.150041 209.250.30.32.1058 > 207.173.177.13.27031: . ack 2898 win 11584 <nop,nop,timestamp 92911 8774762,nop,nop,sack sack 2 {8738:10186}{4382:8726} > (DF)
    15:02:06.192193 207.173.177.13.27031 > 209.250.30.32.1058: . 2898:4346(144 ack 30 win 64211 <nop,nop,timestamp 8774777 92857> (DF)
    15:02:06.192339 209.250.30.32.1058 > 207.173.177.13.27031: . ack 4346 win 14480 <nop,nop,timestamp 92915 8774777,nop,nop,sack sack 2 {8738:10186}{4382:8726} > (DF)
    15:02:06.192809 207.173.177.13.27031 > 209.250.30.32.1058: . 4346:4382(36) ack 30 win 64211 <nop,nop,timestamp 8774777 92857> (DF)
    15:02:06.192942 209.250.30.32.1058 > 207.173.177.13.27031: . ack 8726 win 14480 <nop,nop,timestamp 92915 8774777,nop,nop,sack sack 1 {8738:10186} > (DF)
    15:02:06.215092 207.173.177.13.27031 > 209.250.30.32.1058: . 10186:11634(144 ack 30 win 64211 <nop,nop,timestamp 8774777 92860> (DF)
    15:02:06.215228 209.250.30.32.1058 > 207.173.177.13.27031: . ack 8726 win 14480 <nop,nop,timestamp 92917 8774777,nop,nop,sack sack 1 {8738:11634} > (DF)
    15:02:06.215750 207.173.177.13.27031 > 209.250.30.32.1058: . 11634:11658(24) ack 30 win 64211 <nop,nop,timestamp 8774777 92860> (DF)
    15:02:06.215868 209.250.30.32.1058 > 207.173.177.13.27031: . ack 8726 win 14480 <nop,nop,timestamp 92917 8774777,nop,nop,sack sack 1 {8738:11658} > (DF)
    15:02:06.663790 207.173.177.13.27031 > 209.250.30.32.1058: . 11658:13106(144 ack 30 win 64211 <nop,nop,timestamp 8774783 92911> (DF)
    15:02:06.663876 207.173.177.13.27031 > 209.250.30.32.1058: . 13106:13118(12) ack 30 win 64211 <nop,nop,timestamp 8774783 92911> (DF)
    15:02:06.664035 209.250.30.32.1058 > 207.173.177.13.27031: . ack 8726 win 14480 <nop,nop,timestamp 92962 8774777,nop,nop,sack sack 1 {8738:13106} > (DF)
    15:02:06.664083 209.250.30.32.1058 > 207.173.177.13.27031: . ack 8726 win 14480 <nop,nop,timestamp 92962 8774777,nop,nop,sack sack 1 {8738:13118} > (DF)
    15:02:06.750023 207.173.177.13.27031 > 209.250.30.32.1058: . 13118:14566(144 ack 30 win 64211 <nop,nop,timestamp 8774784 92917> (DF)
    15:02:06.750150 209.250.30.32.1058 > 207.173.177.13.27031: . ack 8726 win 14480 <nop,nop,timestamp 92971 8774777,nop,nop,sack sack 1 {8738:14566} > (DF)
    15:02:06.771208 207.173.177.13.27031 > 209.250.30.32.1058: . 14566:16014(144 ack 30 win 64211 <nop,nop,timestamp 8774784 92917> (DF)
    15:02:06.771336 209.250.30.32.1058 > 207.173.177.13.27031: . ack 8726 win 14480 <nop,nop,timestamp 92973 8774777,nop,nop,sack sack 1 {8738:16014} > (DF)
    15:02:07.111747 207.173.177.13.27031 > 209.250.30.32.1058: . 16014:17462(144 ack 30 win 64211 <nop,nop,timestamp 8774788 92962> (DF)
    15:02:07.111875 209.250.30.32.1058 > 207.173.177.13.27031: . ack 8726 win 14480 <nop,nop,timestamp 93007 8774777,nop,nop,sack sack 1 {8738:17462} > (DF)
    15:02:07.132930 207.173.177.13.27031 > 209.250.30.32.1058: . 17462:18910(144 ack 30 win 64211 <nop,nop,timestamp 8774788 92962> (DF)
    15:02:07.133057 209.250.30.32.1058 > 207.173.177.13.27031: . ack 8726 win 14480 <nop,nop,timestamp 93009 8774777,nop,nop,sack sack 1 {8738:18910} > (DF)
    15:02:07.196498 207.173.177.13.27031 > 209.250.30.32.1058: . 18910:20358(144 ack 30 win 64211 <nop,nop,timestamp 8774788 92971> (DF)
    15:02:07.196626 209.250.30.32.1058 > 207.173.177.13.27031: . ack 8726 win 14480 <nop,nop,timestamp 93015 8774777,nop,nop,sack sack 1 {8738:20358} > (DF)
    15:02:07.217698 207.173.177.13.27031 > 209.250.30.32.1058: . 20358:21806(144 ack 30 win 64211 <nop,nop,timestamp 8774789 92973> (DF)
    15:02:07.217826 209.250.30.32.1058 > 207.173.177.13.27031: . ack 8726 win 14480 <nop,nop,timestamp 93017 8774777,nop,nop,sack sack 1 {8738:21806} > (DF)
    15:02:07.570172 207.173.177.13.27031 > 209.250.30.32.1058: . 21806:22596(790) ack 30 win 64211 <nop,nop,timestamp 8774793 93007> (DF)
    15:02:07.570304 209.250.30.32.1058 > 207.173.177.13.27031: . ack 8726 win 14480 <nop,nop,timestamp 93053 8774777,nop,nop,sack sack 1 {8738:22596} > (DF)
    15:02:07.622456 207.173.177.13.27031 > 209.250.30.32.1058: . 22596:23206(610) ack 30 win 64211 <nop,nop,timestamp 8774793 93009> (DF)
    15:02:07.622796 209.250.30.32.1058 > 207.173.177.13.27031: . ack 8726 win 14480 <nop,nop,timestamp 93058 8774777,nop,nop,sack sack 1 {8738:23206} > (DF)
    15:02:09.683636 207.173.177.13.27031 > 209.250.30.32.1058: . 8726:10174(144 ack 30 win 64211 <nop,nop,timestamp 8774815 93058> (DF)
    15:02:09.683657 207.173.177.13.27031 > 209.250.30.32.1058: . 10174:10186(12) ack 30 win 64211 <nop,nop,timestamp 8774815 93058> (DF)
    15:02:09.683900 209.250.30.32.1058 > 207.173.177.13.27031: . ack 23206 win 17376 <nop,nop,timestamp 93264 8774815,nop,nop,sack sack 1 {8738:10174} > (DF)
    15:02:09.683950 209.250.30.32.1058 > 207.173.177.13.27031: . ack 23206 win 17376 <nop,nop,timestamp 93264 8774815,nop,nop,sack sack 1 {10174:10186} > (DF)
    15:02:10.111635 207.173.177.13.27031 > 209.250.30.32.1058: . 23206:24654(144 ack 30 win 64211 <nop,nop,timestamp 8774818 93264> (DF)
    15:02:10.111791 209.250.30.32.1058 > 207.173.177.13.27031: . ack 24654 win 20272 <nop,nop,timestamp 93307 8774818> (DF)
    15:02:10.133059 207.173.177.13.27031 > 209.250.30.32.1058: . 24654:26102(144 ack 30 win 64211 <nop,nop,timestamp 8774818 93264> (DF)
    15:02:10.133203 209.250.30.32.1058 > 207.173.177.13.27031: . ack 26102 win 23168 <nop,nop,timestamp 93309 8774818> (DF)
    15:02:10.154256 207.173.177.13.27031 > 209.250.30.32.1058: . 26102:27550(144 ack 30 win 64211 <nop,nop,timestamp 8774818 93264> (DF)
    15:02:10.154395 209.250.30.32.1058 > 207.173.177.13.27031: . ack 27550 win 26064 <nop,nop,timestamp 93311 8774818> (DF)
    15:02:10.186621 207.173.177.13.27031 > 209.250.30.32.1058: FP 27550:28321(771) ack 30 win 64211 <nop,nop,timestamp 8774818 93264> (DF)
    15:02:10.187347 209.250.30.32.1058 > 207.173.177.13.27031: R 30:30(0) ack 28322 win 28960 <nop,nop,timestamp 93314 8774818> (DF)

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    Re: "Connection Reset by Peer" or "hang"

    --You should be able to tar-up the cstrike directory tree and FTP it over to the other box...

    The problem is that when I tried it on my other linux box, it worked all the way to the end without doind this...

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