From: sob(_at_)harvard(_dot_)edu (Scott Bradner)
Yes, but if you're a firewall that stepped into a temporal stasis box
before 3168 was published, you're still thinking that the bits are
woe be to new applications through such a firewall
Yes, such junk no doubt has worse defects than having been built by
idiots who can't understand the difference between "reseved for now"
and "must be zero forever."
Or perhaps charletans who want their marks to install new versions of
their malware every few months...or weeks...or days.
Vernon Schryver vjs(_at_)rhyolite(_dot_)com
P.S. Don't mind me. I'm just peeved because some large cable modem
providers seems to be following the "technical" advice of trade
rag espurts and filtering all UDP packets above port 1024.
Why 1024?--I've no idea that's not an insult to whomever "thinks" it.