Subject: Re: Support of SACK?
To: Charles M. Hannum <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Michael Graff <email@example.com>
Date: 11/22/1996 15:52:42
firstname.lastname@example.org (Charles M. Hannum) writes:
> Unfortunately, both of these implementations are substantially more
> complicated and less efficient than they could be, because they try to
> hack around limitations in the TCP reassembly code. My intent is to
> fix this and do a better implementation (unless Jamshid is interested
> in doing it).
[catching up on old mail]
If you have started on this, I'd like to see what I could help with.
If not, I'll be looking at the other implementations soon.
I have noticed that the more recent TCP stacks set the don't fragment
flag as well. I believe this is done to minimize the fragments...
the initial connection is used to set the maximum size which the
network can send without fragmentation.