Re: TCP Variants on Linux
From: white (white_at_infotechnics.net)
Date: Sun, 5 Jun 2005 05:19:47 +0700
Lew Pitcher Wrote:
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> Khaled wrote:
> Yes, and the Linux NET/x TCP/IP stack conforms to those standards.
> FWIW, the
> standards are the TCP/IP RFCs, not specific implementations.
> Nope. Not called TCP variants. Called RFCs.
> Any variation from or extension of the RFCs is not a "standard". Your
> post listed a number of "implementations", not "standards".
> In your terminology, /none/.
> Linux TCP/IP is built to the standards, not built to mimic any one
> implementation of BSD's TCP/IP stack.
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> Lew Pitcher
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