Re: Deprecating ICMP Source Quench messages

Fernando Gont <fernando@gont.com.ar> Tue, 30 November 2010 04:31 UTC

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Subject: Re: Deprecating ICMP Source Quench messages
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On 29/11/2010 11:58 p.m., Fred Baker wrote:

>> BTW, some have argued (off-list) that this document should also update
>> RFC 1812 such that the "SHOULD NOT generate ICMP SQ" is changed to "MUST
>> NOT generate ICMP SQ".
> 
> If someone wants to update RFC 1812, I have some suggestions for them. It's a little long in the tooth :-)

I don't think anybody *wants* to update RFC 1812. Rather, some thought
that it would be the "correct" thing to do (not necessarily "pleasant"
or whatever :-) )

But nevertheless I'd be interested in hearing your suggestions....

Thanks!

Kind regards,
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