TCP transport again

Alan Buxey A.L.M.Buxey at
Fri Sep 25 11:29:33 CEST 2009


> No, it *unsets* the bit. Linux sets it by default, and in effect, can  
> cause large packets to be discarded if MTU decreases on the link  
> somewhere. Unsetting it gives at least a good chance that routers *can*  
> fragment the large packet if need be. Unless your routers are broken of  
> course.

ah cool - so its the right way around. so long as their iptables etc isnt set
to drop fragmented UDP (which is common - and default on a Solaris box IIRC)


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