what is the meaning of SSHF in the PPP tracing of a Windows 2K or XP log
when it lists the negotiated options?
Apparently, it is always "OFF".
LCP Local Options-------------
Recv Framing = PPP,SSHF=OFF,MRRU=1500,LinkDiscrim=0,BAP=OFF
LCP Remote Options-------------
Send Framing = PPP,SSHF=OFF,MRRU=1500,LinkDiscrim=0
LCP Configured successfully
Re: SSHF ?
"QT" <email@example.com> writes:[color=blue]
> what is the meaning of SSHF in the PPP tracing of a Windows 2K or XP log
> when it lists the negotiated options?[/color]
I believe that's the Short Sequence Number Header Format option from
RFC 1990. It's not crucial, but it probably should be on for
lower-speed links (or cases with little intra-link delay variance) and
off for other cases.
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