Re: [quicwg/base-drafts] endpoints don't know how many connection IDs the peer is willing to store (#1994)

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Subject: Re: [quicwg/base-drafts] endpoints don't know how many connection IDs the peer is willing to store (#1994)
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The current default number of ids is 8, which I think is wrong.  However, the design team thought it was reasonable.

I think the fact my preferences are so different is an indication one-size-fits-all is wrong, so I favor adding this transport param.

Re: closing the connection, I'm going to have to do something if I receive too many, and it's really easy to not send too many, and it's really obvious when the connection is closed, so I think it's the more straightforward way to implement this.

But ask @ekr said, if a peer indicates a value, it should be the target, unless you can't supply that many.

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