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SubjectRe: ECN for servers ?
Hi

no they should not be effected
the place that starts the connection eg send the first SYN
has to ask to use ECN if it is not requested it will
never be used in that connection


In local.linux-kernel-list, you wrote:
>Hello,
>
>What is the impact of enabling ECN on the server side ? I mean, will
>any clients (with broken firewalls) be affected if a SMTP/HTTP server
>has ECN enabled ?
>
>On the other hand, is there any advantage with ECN enabled on the server
>side ?
>
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