Thus spoke Dave Airlie:
> you sure about that? a web-server initating a connection wou,d not use
> port 80,, IMHO .. it would have done an accept and listen or other way
> around on port 80 waiting for new connects, why would it start one from
It's a 'back' connection - it should have been originated from Donncha's
> sounds more like packets left over from a failed connection... or
> something silly like that ..
Probably - if there's a matching outgoing connection somewhere...
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