Source: openssh
Version: 1:9.2p1-2+deb12u1
Severity: wishlist


MPTCP support has been available in a pull request against upstream for a while:

Unfortunately, upstream does not want it because OpenBSD doesn't support MPTCP.
Would it be possible for Debian to pull it in? I believe network-manager and
everything else should be MPTCP-ready now, giving you essentially mosh-like
roaming straight out of the box. The patch is essentially only adding an option
to change from IPPROTO_TCP to IPPROTO_MPTCP and then add some documentation.

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