> So, the question then becomes, when the node is clearly receiving more
> packets than it's supposed to, why is it taking so long (many minutes
> -- I never actually waited to see if the flood, which consumed my
> entire connection's 80KiB/sec capacity, would eventually subside) for
> the rate to stabilize? How much time does the node give it's peers to
> stabilize their traffic, before it disconnects from them? And does the
> node accept packets from peers it is not currently connected to? (Ie.
> say we give our peers 1minute to get their s*** straight, and then
> disconnect from them, I should see the flood end in 1 minute?)

Mostly because development capability is limited by available people and 
testing capabilities - without a dedicated lab setup it's very hard to test 
bandwidth limiting, so the only real test is on the network.

I'm sure fixing this is on the list somewhere, but we either need to pitch in 
and code it or wait for someone else to have time.

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