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    Rfc3042


    Hi to all,
    I have a question for you... Why isn't implemented the RFC 3042 in linux? RFC 3042 define the Limited Transmit Algorithm which is very useful...

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    Quote Originally Posted by zener View Post
    Hi to all,
    I have a question for you... Why isn't implemented the RFC 3042 in linux? RFC 3042 define the Limited Transmit Algorithm which is very useful...
    Welcome to the forums!

    Questions about why something is or is not included in the kernel would probably be better placed on a kernel developers mailing list or forum, as not many if any of the members here are kernel developers.
    oz

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    Quote Originally Posted by zener View Post
    Hi to all,
    I have a question for you... Why isn't implemented the RFC 3042 in linux? RFC 3042 define the Limited Transmit Algorithm which is very useful...
    Maybe because it is not a standard yet. It on the track to become a standard. Otherwise you would need to talk with the network developers. After that talk, you could work on implementing as a patch and when good enough, and with needed support get it added into the source tree.

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