recently I stumbled upon the "assume_two_step" config option (we accidentally 
set this flag two '1' ;-)). As I read in the source, this is used to skip the 
TWO_STEP flag inside the PTP messages, and just return '0' for one_step() 
status. Could someone please explain, why this option is there? Since we 
already have the TWO_STEP flag inside the messages, I can't see any reason why 
we would need that option. Is it just a historical relic or are there other 
reasons for this flag.  

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