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    SubjectRe: [PATCH][ATM] use rtnl_{lock,unlock} during device operations (take 2)
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       From: Werner Almesberger <wa@almesberger.net>
    Date: Fri, 6 Jun 2003 21:06:20 -0300

    Yes, exactly: if you want to remove the phone, this also
    removes the call. In TCP/IP, this isn't the case. Your
    TCP connections will survive route changes, interface
    removals, etc.

    But not a change in IP address :-) TCP connections are
    exactly like VCC's in this regard, the VCC here is defined
    as saddr/sport/daddr/dport, and if any of these must change due
    to an administrative act, it kills the "phone call" :-)
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