Re: [tcpm] TCP zero window timeout?

Joe Touch <touch@ISI.EDU> Wed, 30 August 2006 16:20 UTC

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Ted Faber wrote:
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> I don't understand why you're against doing this in the app, but I don't
> think I understand your whole problem either.  I suggest writing a draft
> and giving us the full picture.

I'd rather see succinct answers to the alternatives suggested here that
motivate a TCP-level solution first.

IDs can easily themselves be a DOS attack on IETF resources.

Joe

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