US patent 5473599

Alain Hebert ahebert at pubnix.net
Thu May 8 11:31:00 UTC 2014


    And that's why C. should use a more appropriate example to defend
his position.

    By this thread, I suspect, that whoever dealt with those different
organization for OpenBSD & CARP, lacked the skills to accomplish the
task and got shut down for being an ass.

    PS:

        Being of the Church of FreeBSD, I freely acknowledge that I got
no clue about the scope of the drama that CARP was involved with.

        But I was aware of Cisco/VRRP/HSRP patent and CARP and found
CIsco to be a bit of a bully to actually enforce it for such a simple
technology.

        That being said, I was never attracted to OpenBSD for some "gut"
reason...  I know why now =D

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On 05/07/14 20:56, Valdis.Kletnieks at vt.edu wrote:
> On Wed, 07 May 2014 17:10:32 -0700, "Constantine A. Murenin" said:
>
>> Also, would you please be so kind as to finally explain to us why
>> Google can squat on the https port with SPDY,
> Because it doesn't squat on the port.  It politely asks "Do you speak SPDY,
> or just https?" and then listens to what the other end replies.



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