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    SubjectSkyhigh retransmit times. Yearold problem still in 2.3.26
    I have been bitching about this for years ....

    This is for a ssh connection via a ricochet:

    netstat -ton

    tcp 0 0 127.0.0.1:1026 127.0.0.1:1027 ESTABLISHED off (0.00/0/0)
    tcp 0 0 204.179.131.123:1745 207.33.153.134:6667 ESTABLISHED on2 (7106.08/0/0)
    tcp 0 0 204.179.131.123:1023 207.33.153.134:22 ESTABLISHED on2 (6455.34/0/0)

    If there would at least be a command to reset those times to make the
    connection usable again.... This way I have to establish a new connection
    to the same host to do something usable.

    Sometime back I made a patch to limit the retransmits to a sane level
    violating some RFC but cannot locate that one anymore...




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