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A utility to correct requested TCP receive segment size
tcpmssd was written by Ruslan Ermilov based on work done by Patrick Bihan-Faou . tcpmssd is a divert(4) program that adjusts outgoing TCP data so that the requested segment size is not greater than the amount allowed by the interface MTU. This is necessary in many setups to avoid problems caused by routers that drop ICMP Datagram Too Big messages. Without these messages, the originating machine sends data, it passes the rogue router then hits a machine that has an MTU that is not big enough for the data. Because the IP Don't Fragment option is set, this machine sends an ICMP Datagram Too Big message back to the originator and drops the packet. The rogue router drops the ICMP message and the originator never gets to discover that it must reduce the fragment size or drop the IP Don't Fragment option from its outgoing data.
Version number : 1.1
Md5 : MD5 (tcping-1.3.4.tar.gz) = 2323489975d86dfac0340bcf92c7c83b SHA256 (tcping-1.3.4.tar.gz) = 6b9e19fbaf7da417cf0714fc78397a2f51d19de2b2a52833325438d4d3aeed60 SIZE (tcping-1.3.4.tar.gz) = 12201 MD5 (tcping-1.3.4.tar.gz.asc) = cf745e955c73474caf7e7371bafaaab8 SHA256 (tcping-1.3.4.tar.gz.asc) = 9ef5178c1312d7262f893ef76ff1a5681d82ab6afc9760f8ad0abf65a78668f5 SIZE (tcping-1.3.4.tar.gz.asc) = 189
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