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SubjectRe: Is there any T/TCP patch for kernel 2.2.*
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>> 	Is there any T/TCP patch for kernel 2.2.16? thanks.
>
> Maybe, but you don't want it. T/TCP is inherently insecure.

Within a cluster though, T/TCP could be useful. What about
enabling it on trusted interfaces?

Example: there are a few dozen boxes using eth0 and eth1 for
each other. One or two boxes have an eth2 to the outside world.
So one may enable T/TCP on eth0 and eth1, but not on eth2.
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