[j-nsp] Odd TCP Timestamp

senad palislamovic spalislam at yahoo.com
Fri May 5 11:35:44 EDT 2006

Can you send us the logs or sniffer outputs where you
are observing this?


--- Abhishek Verma <abhishekv.verma at gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi,
> It seems that the TCP timestamp is on by default in
> Juniper boxes. I see
> something strange happening there.
> It seems Juniper keeps the Time Stamp Echo Reply
> value that it receives in
> the first SYN packet, and does not update upon
> receiving newer and fresher
> packets from a remote end. It thus always ends up
> sending the same Timestamp
> value in all its TCP segments.
> Is this a known issue?
> Thanks,
> Abhishek
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