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SubjectRe: [RFC][PATCH 0/3] TCP/IP Critical socket communication mechanism

> You are using the wrong hammer to crack your nut.
> You should instead approach your problem of why the ARP entry gets lost.
> For example, you could give as critical priority to your TCP session,
> but that still won't cure your ARP problem.
> I would suggest that the best way to cure your arp problem, is to
> increase the time between arp cache refreshes.

or turn it around entirely: all traffic is considered important
unless... and have a bunch of non-critical sockets (like http requests)
be marked non-critical.

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