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SubjectRe: big ECN push
On Sat, 14 Oct 2000, bert hubert wrote:

>> > In other words, being able to just turn on ECN for localhost and your
>> > internal network isn't likely to be terribly useful.
>>
>> Being able to turn ECN on/off for specific routes would be very
>> useful. Currently we have to turn ECN off for systems connected to
>> the Internet because there are bad routers out there. But I know
>
>Well, I think that we need to make some kind of PR push about ECN. Linux
>right now has enough clout and respect to be able to be used as a
>'Technology Push' argument - and it shouldn't be that hard. Write some
>articles on how Linux is innovating, and how Cisco and others are standing
>in the way of progress.

I can see the /. headline right now:

Cisco holds back Linux network innovation
from the peanut-butter-and-jelly-sandwich-dept

;o)


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