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[ih] Internet History - Commercialization (was Re: When did "32" bits for IP register as "not enough"?)

On 2/18/19 4:25 PM, Jack Haverty wrote:
> When "the" TCP became part of the OS, all of those choices 
> disappeared.?? That simplification was obviously an asset.? But IMHO it 
> was also a liability.

And here we are in a day and age when multiple companies are 
re-introducing TCP/IP stacks in user space along side the kernel's 
TCP/IP stack.

My $EMPLOYER is doing it with their own code.  I'm fairly sure that 
NetFlix and CloudFlare are doing it too.

Grant. . . .
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