Terry Lambert writes:
If Linux is using 0x0666, we should probably pick a different number
since we're not wire compatible.  Though coming up with a common
protocol would be even better.
0x666 hex is 1638 decimal, and it's taken:

cnip 1638/tcp CableNet Info Protocol
cnip 1638/udp CableNet Info Protocol

Basically, this is just an experimental protocol that's being played
with here, and if it ever becomes real, then it will need an IANA
protocol number assignment before it's widely deployed.

Sure you're not mistaking tcp port numbers for ip protocol numbers now? ;)

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