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In message <E11frT9-0001Yt-00@the-village.bc.nu> you write:
> > > Linux sends UDP fragments in reverse order. So yes - most
> > > definitely

[snip]

> > Also, if not, how easy would it be to get it to send them in normal
> > order?
>
> It would be harder

The latest CVS snap of netfilter
(http://www.samba.org/cgi-bin/cvsweb/netfilter) has a
`forward-fragment' module; incredibly inefficient, but it can be used
to force local fragments forwards (required to install Solaris from a
Linux server).

Rusty.
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Hacking time.

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