Re: [v6ops] Some stats on IPv6 fragments and EH filtering on the Internet

Ole Troan <otroan@employees.org> Tue, 05 November 2013 01:25 UTC

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Subject: Re: [v6ops] Some stats on IPv6 fragments and EH filtering on the Internet
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> Hi, if the network is dropping fragments we are just going to have
> to fix it. Tunnels are an example of a packetization layer that
> requires fragmentation.

does the above results show the _network_ dropping fragments, or the end host or a system closely associated with the end host dropping extension headers?

cheers,
Ole