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SubjectRe: Networking stalls: More details
On Sat, 17 Aug 1996, Tor Arntsen wrote:

>> Actually, the Internet (at least in Europe, and particularly for us C-domains
What's a C domain ???

>> which get treated really bad in the routers -- according to our ISP) is now

I seriously doubt that the routers in question have code which says "well,
the line is overloaded, so let's consult the list of cheapo ANSs / networks
and drop their packets first".

They just toss packets until the queue is again below its limit.

If you're not a rogue you should take a libel action against your face.
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