Saw this on a post on slashdot. Priceless. I'm, putting this into my fortune
"What bedtime story would you like today, little Amy? Another chapter of The
Phantom Tollbooth, or net/ipv4/tcp_ipv4.c?"
So the packet went back to the firewall, knocked on the door, and said 'Mr.
firewall, I have a SYN bit now, may I come in?'
'What port do you want?' said the firewall.
'Port 23' said the packet.
'Get lost!' said the firewall again, and once again booted him all the way
back to the source host with an ICMP reject in his ear.
Well! The poor little packet was very upset...
-- Paul Crowley, post to slashdot.
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