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SubjectRe: time for TCP ECN defaulting to on?
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Dave Hudson <linux-kernel@blueteddy.net> writes:
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> Not all of the routers in question (the ones that crash, block packets
> or otherwise misbehave) are provided by ISPs - in fact a huge number
> of them are and have been sold retail. Over time most of those boxes
> will get replaced with ones that don't have the problem because most
> (probably all major) SOHO router suppliers now test that they don't
> break with ECN so eventually there will be a point where enabling ECN
> by default will make a lot of sense (there will be too few broken
> routers to care about).

One option would be also to enable it by default for IPv6 only.

-Andi

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