We deal with this limiting EXTREMELY the bandwidth and reliability of the secondary infrastructure. If you want to use a non-standard thing, pay the price.
> So that's why middlebox vendors make a killing selling various DPI tools to organizations. Sure, they violate all the possible RFCs and all the notions of protocol layering. But at the same time they actually work in RealLife(tm).
For a really wide definition of working...
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