> Does not that mean that Linux 2.0.10 mistakenly announces it is ECN
> capable when offered ECN connection?
In fact it does. But as someone mentioned, ECN is resilient to this.
i.e this will be trapped and no ECN connection will happen.
For historical purposes, let it be noted that it was the Linux
ECN implementation in the 2.0 days that made this change in the RFC
possible. "we believe in running code ..." -- yes, indeed.
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