gtaylor at riverviewtech.net
Thu Apr 21 00:24:00 CEST 2005
> This is pointless ... as the user on the other side can increase their
> TTL value the same way you decreased it :-)
If you use the "--ttl-dec" yes it would be sort of futile as the client on the other side could artificially inflate his / her TTL. HOWEVER if you use the "--ttl-set" then you could set the TTL to be what ever you want irregardless of what it was set to when it came in to your router.
Grant. . . .
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