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Re: Moving PIC forwards
> One cause of the fragmentation problem is PPPoE. You may not like
> PPPoE (I certainly don't), but there's a lot of it out there on DSL
>From what I've seen, the issue is due to large cert payloads, so that the
fragmentation occurs at the endpoint, not in the middle of the network.
> None of which, of course, says that we need to break our protocol to
> deal with it. But v6 doesn't even have router-based fragmentation, so
> we may want to plan ahead. Do we want to go as far as to recommend
> intentional fragmentation at some rational threshhold?
The fragmentation I've observed is already intentional. If people aren't
up for TCP, then another alternative would be support of a
"continuation" mechanism to spread the cert payload across multiple UDP