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(usagi-users 00033) Re: Why is struct ipv6hdr still old-style RFC1883 ?



In article <20001112230116.A3817@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> (at Sun, 12 Nov 2000 23:01:17 +0100), Harald Welte <laforge@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> says:

> Why is struct ipv6hdr still implementing the old RFC1883 style 
> 4-bit prio and 24-bit flowlabel fields instead of the RFC2460
> 8-bit tc and 20-bit flowlabel fields?
> 
> Is this just some legacy which nobody got around to change? If this is 
> the case, I'm going to update this. Are there any other reasons?

Do you mind if we, USAGI Project, decided to use new structures
defined in RFC2292 / RFC2292bis?

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