[e2e] 64-bit timestamps?
William Allen Simpson
william.allen.simpson at gmail.com
Wed Sep 9 01:00:46 PDT 2009
David P. Reed wrote:
> On 09/08/2009 06:42 PM, William Allen Simpson wrote:
>> David P. Reed wrote:
>>> In regard to DNS security issues, ... But PAWS may not be useful,
>>> since DNS itself might be made to maintain state across connections,
>>> moving the problem out of TCP and into the app (DNS) layer where it
>>> probably belongs.
>> This has no relation to the question that I asked, which has no mention
>> what-so-ever about DNS security. Nor did I find the cut and paste of an
>> old familiar RFC appendix particularly informative, not even in fancy
>> multi-part alternative html (instead of the native format)....
>> In any case, I've been paying attention to the more recent 1323bis.
> List moderator - please suspend Simpson's privileges; the rules suggest
> that his obnoxious behavior towards a helpful comment demand moderation
> until he stops behaving this way.
Or vice versa. Must Mr. Reed "poison the well" of every discussion?
I've fixed his top-posting (again), and his multipart alternative (again).
The comment was *not* helpful, as it bore no relation to the query, and
his proof by assertion is not good argument. Nor is his condescension
Going forward, I'll do my best to ignore his posts, as long as they don't
interfere with discussion on the merits.
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