[nbs] setsockopt() is bad.

Javier Ubillos <jav@sics.se> Mon, 08 November 2010 09:29 UTC

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You spoke during todays bof (and just now at the MPTCP group) about your
previous experience where setsockopt()s where not a great way to go.

What did you end up doing (other than moving the setsockopt()s to the

What was the right way to do it then?

// Javier