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SubjectRe: "Greased TCPenguin"
On Tue, 24 Mar 1998, Richard Gooch wrote:

>Something still not right:
>
>TCPv4 bad checksum from 130.155.198.47:03ff to 130.155.191.26:03fd, len=32/32/52
>TCPv4 bad checksum from 130.155.198.47:03ff to 130.155.191.26:03fd, len=32/32/52
>TCPv4 bad checksum from 130.155.198.47:0448 to 130.155.191.26:1770, len=32/32/52
>TCPv4 bad checksum from 130.155.198.47:0201 to 130.155.191.26:03ff, len=20/20/4

I read messages such us this a lot of times but I never related it to a
possible TCP bug, I always think that the ppp/slip is a poor connection
and can miss something (we use checksum for that cases no?).

I think that also because _I_ never seen that messages over an ethernet.

Andrea[s] Arcangeli


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