[quicwg/base-drafts] Timer interval for retire the connection IDs (#3215)

Gorry Fairhurst <notifications@github.com> Mon, 11 November 2019 17:49 UTC

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This could be linked to #2130?

/Failing to
   retire the connection IDs within approximately one PTO can cause
   packets to be delayed, lost, or cause the original endpoint to send a
   stateless reset in response to a connection ID it can no longer route
- I am unsure what was intended : I’ll argue this is the wrong period and that one PTO interval seems like it could be small to me. To me, the PTO is an estimate of the likely response time of the remote endpoint - that’s an effective period to commence a retransmission or stimulate a probe/refresh. Sending a stateless reset is not a minor event, and as such be tolerant to MSL or at least what in TCP is the RTO. In addition,  I don’t have a precise understanding of “route” in this context, and expected something about the path rather than these words?

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