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TCP RFC states that sequence numbers are given to each TCP octet(or byte) Suppose i use a C function like: send(sock, msg, len, 0); where msg is a multi-octet array. ...
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- 12-08-2006 #1
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(plz clarify) Reg. sequence numbers in TCP packets
Suppose i use a C function like:
send(sock, msg, len, 0);
where msg is a multi-octet array.
Does the statement mean that for each octet of msg, a separate TCP packet is constructed with its own sequence number?
If not, i.e. only one TCP packet consisting of a TCP header and data(msg) is constructed, how is it that each octet of msg assigned a unique sequence number?