Re: [quicwg/base-drafts] Disallow reuse of stateless reset tokens (#2785)

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I'm not totally against a unique SRT per CID, but I am concerned about the static memory use of otherwise passive connections.

If a CID and SRT can be 255 bytes each (depending on where discussions go)  that is half a kilobyte per CID, and there might be 8 of those, possibly more. That is 4K per connection even if you retire all active buffers because there isn't currently any traffic.

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