Subject: Re: silo and packets: overflowing too-bigness
To: Bill Sommerfeld <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Martin Husemann <email@example.com>
Date: 07/31/1998 08:46:22
> Some implementations of TCP header compression in SLIP and PPP
> reportedly break when this option is in use (causing packets to be
> corrupted upon decompression).
Doesn't the timestamps in the TCP options defeat VJ compression completely,
so this degrades performance always when you are using a point-to-point
link (with header compression)?
Should these options be stripped by the kernel when the packet is queued
for a point-to-point interface? This way only your router needs to take
care of this, now you have to disable it on all machines on your local