Removing T/TCP and replacing it with something simpler
matt at genesi.co.uk
Sun Jul 3 01:03:21 GMT 2005
His product looks like it's the the product mentioned in the original post by
the original poster;
However something like T/TCP is certainly useful and I know of one special
purpose application using it (Web Proxy Server/Client for high-delay Satellite
As long as they can live with FreeBSD 5.3 I don't think it causes a problem
whatsoever does it?
Matt Sealey <matt at genesi.co.uk>
Genesi, Manager, Developer Relations
> -----Original Message-----
> From: owner-freebsd-net at freebsd.org
> [mailto:owner-freebsd-net at freebsd.org]On Behalf Of Julian Elischer
> Sent: 04 November 2004 20:53
> To: Karim Fodil-Lemelin
> Cc: freebsd-net at freebsd.org; freebsd-arch at freebsd.org; Andre Oppermann;
> mallman at icir.org
> Subject: Re: Removing T/TCP and replacing it with something simpler
> Karim Fodil-Lemelin wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I am jumping in here, was too busy to read the list for the last 2
> > weeks, so please excuse my intrusion. We are using T/TCP in our
> > product line and are very happy with the performance gain. Could you
> > tell me what is the rational for removing T/TCP
> > (security/performances/code complexity, etc ..) from FreeBSD?
> > Again, sorry for being a bit off topic here.
> what a pitty you didn't notice while it was under discussion: :-(
> We couldn't find anyone using it...
> what is your product?
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