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SubjectRe: Missing ACKs with Linux 2.2/2.4?
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Hello!

> NetBSD ignores 0 timestamps. Although that's a hack it is IMHO a reasonable one and
> Linux should probably do it too. Even when the 0 is generated legitimately by wrapping
> counters it is probably not a big problem to lose timestamps for such few packets.

Sorry, ignoring some values of timestamp is simply impossible.
It is PAWS. One packet is more than enough to kill you. 8)

Zero _echo_ is ignored in RTTM, which is required by the way.

Alexey

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