[j-nsp] Hash algorithms for LAG

Julien Goodwin jgoodwin at studio442.com.au
Sat Jan 21 06:17:06 EST 2012

On 21/01/12 19:59, Phil Mayers wrote:
> Pavel Lunin <plunin at senetsy.ru> wrote:
>> Sounds alright, though I'm not a specialist in this. But I've heard the
>> word 'patented' from someone from Juniper, this is why I used it. It's
>> been
>> a few years ago and I even went to the trouble of skimming through the
>> US
>> patent DB (very quickly). Found a bunch of Juniper's patents but none
>> looking to be related to this. So if nobody can justify, let's consider
>> it's a secret :)
> Doesn't have to be a juniper patent. They may have licensed it from someone. In fact this may explain their secrecy - they may want to downplay that they bought in tech!

*cough* Broadcom Trident(+) *cough*

Julien Goodwin
"Blue Sky Solutioneering"

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