The reason everybody talks about BGP is that it is certainly the most widely deployed of them and at the same time the one that causes the most disruption. To answer your question, the fix changes the TCP behavior from RFC793 to the more specific one described in draft-ietf-tcpm-tcpsecure-00.txt tererefore it addresses the issue from a TCP standpoint.
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I see that for version 12.3 Mainline code it shows that the rebuild version for a fix is 12.3(6). Does 12.3(6a) also include the fixes, I was going to load 12.3(6) but it showed multiple bugs that I decided it would be best to go to the latest 12.3(6a). Will 12.3(6a) include the fixes or would I have to actually use 12.3(6)?
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