The serial connection is verified to work at 115200 with other machines and the OpenBSD box. The reason I'm using 19200 on the Falcon at the moment is that I regard it as a safe default, to rule out a bad cable. No, the problem I'm having is probably kernel related. Everything works for about 20 seconds of high load, then everything freezes. When taking the memory protection errors into account, I'd say that there's something with either SLIP.XIF or SCC.XDD, or possibly INET4.XDD that is playing tricks on the kernel.
Anyone have a working(stable) SLIP setup on a standard Falcon030 with FreeMiNT 1.16.3?
4MB Mega/STE with FreeMiNT/XaAESm 40MB SCSI HD, 1.44M floppy
Recased Falcon030 with CT2, 64MB TT-RAM, 4MB ST-RAM, FreeMiNT/XaAES, EtherNEC and 40GB HDD