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Service provider story about tracking down TCP RSTs

I think it would be a good idea to repost this is reddit.com/r/networking


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On Sep 2, 2018, 10:43 PM, Tarko Tikan wrote:

> hey,
>> But why did the TLS Hello has a TTL lower that the TCP Syn ?
>> Do you have any information on that ?
> Consumer CPEs are typically some BCM reference design where initial TCP
> handshake is handled by linux kernel and everything following (including
> NAT) is handled in SOC.
> I've seen those systems not decrement TTL at all, decrement TTL before
> checking if packet is destined to itself etc. This case is weird as
> typically the hardware part is faulty, not the kernel.
> --
> tarko
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