[p2p-hackers] NATs reconfiguring IPs and Port Numbers

Saikat Guha saikat at cs.cornell.edu
Thu Mar 2 23:47:47 UTC 2006

On Thu, 2006-03-02 at 18:15 -0500, Saikat Guha wrote:
> Detailed numbers here: http://nutss.net/stunt-results.php?sort=-33 

The column of interest is on the far right, third last, titled 'Timer
ESTD'. This is the time an established TCP connection will stay up
through the NAT despite inactivity (e.g. SSH left on for days without
activity). The column reports the lower-bound and upper-bound inside of
which the true timer value lies. 

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