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    > Yes. If it were programmed accurately I had no reasons to object.
    > About established state: no IFF_DYNAMIC will help you: established
    > is established.

    There are only two cases that seem relevant

    1. Shifting unbound source on a connect() when routing changes. Thats
    a nice idea anyway

    2. Killing connections on a drop. This potentially violates the RFC
    check rules on time wait unless you are very careful. Also tell me
    why it cant be done in user space by turning /proc/net/ into a set
    of temporary 'reject' filter rules

    Alan


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