Feature request: fsh-like functionality

Damien Miller djm at mindrot.org
Fri Jul 23 09:35:03 EST 2010

On Fri, 23 Jul 2010, Keisial wrote:

> Using fsh, I see one request packet and two response ones.
> Using a mastered ssh, there are three request packets and three
> response packets.
> (I am not counting the ACKs on either case)
> A wild guess based on the two-packet response is that ssh is first doing
> a round trip for opening a connection, plus an extra 'I am done packet
> at the end' whereas fsh skips it completely.
> Perhaps ssh could optimistically send the new channel open and the data
> sent to it on one packet?

No, because we can't perform operations on a channel before we know the
ID it is assigned by the remote end.


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