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From: John Flux (johnTMSP.SCREAMING.NET)
Date: Fri Mar 03 2000 - 14:59:07 CST
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I'm having trouble setting up a TCP connection manually in a program. I'm
sending the packets manually, but can't seem to get anywhere after the SYN, and
ACK reply. Does anyone know where to look? Can it be found in a RFC?
How many seconds are there in a year? If I tell you there are
3.155 x 10^7, you won't even try to remember it. On the other hand,
who could forget that, to within half a percent, pi seconds is a
-- Tom Duff, Bell Labs
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