Subject: Re: erroneous ack packet, ideas please?
To: Duncan McEwan <duncan@MCS.VUW.AC.NZ>
From: Andrew Brown <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 07/17/1997 22:53:30
>> >Why ioctl() ?? Have a look at man accept(2).
>> i have looked, and i've decided that it doesn't seem to do what i want.
>> i saw the following two paragraphs...
>I think Stefan's point was not that the facility already existed, but that the
>interface existed (for iso sockets) and therefore the "right" solution would be
>to extend that interface to apply to ip sockets, rather than invent a new ioctl
>to do the job. If my interpretation was wrong, just ignore me :-)
your interpretation is probably not wrong, but i just want you to
understand what it is that i'm trying to accomplish. :)
and it is my (possible incorrect) understanding that the iso handling
of sockets is different enough to support this as a feature of general
use. "eager listeners" is not "normal" tcp/ip. i'm sort of mucking
with the tcp fsm in order to accomplish my evil goals... :]
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