"Garrett" == Garrett Wollman
>> That's my reason to use the TTL decrement; if someone shows me a device
>> where a packet comes in on one interface with a certain TTL, and it
>> out on another interface with a lower TTL but no other significant
>> I call it a router.
Garrett> Except that I can now show you a ``stealth router'' -- a device
Garrett> acts in all respects like a router, except that it does not
I would describe that as a "layer-3 and 4 aware layer-2 switch".
In my terminology, anything that is a "layer 3 switch" == router, if it
decrements the TTL. If it doesn't touch the TTL, then it isn't a router.
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