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Date:      Tue, 26 Jun 2007 07:07:52 -0400
From:      Randall Stewart <>
To:        Lawrence Stewart <>
Cc:        James Healy <>,
Subject:   Re: New tool for TCP research [FYI]
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Cools stuff...

I have my intern working on getting pluggable CC into
SCTP and HTCP with Fred's extra's as well...

Hmm.. maybe I can align your code to work with SCTP as well..


Thanks for the good work :-D


Lawrence Stewart wrote:
> Hi all,
> Finally managed to wrap up the code and documentation for a little 
> module I thought might be of interest to people on this list. We've 
> released the SIFTR (Statistical Information For TCP Research) code under 
> a BSD licence, and hope some of you may find it useful. It's a tool 
> mostly aimed at the TCP research community, but perhaps someone out 
> there might find another use for all or part of the code.
> We've also made a technical report available that documents what we 
> learnt whilst transitioning from noob kernel hackers to guys that have a 
> (partial) clue. The report is certainly a useful reference for us and 
> people working at our research centre. We hope it will also be a useful 
> reference for the community to point people at who are new to kernel 
> hacking. The report's title is "An Introduction to FreeBSD 6 Kernel 
> Hacking" and has been released as Centre for Advanced Internet 
> Architectures Technical Report 070622A.
> The code distributions and technical report can be grabbed from 
> under the "Tools" and "Papers" 
> sections respectively.
> If you find a use for the code or any bugs in the code/documentation, 
> we'd be very happy to hear from you.
> Cheers,
> Lawrence
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Randall Stewart
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