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- H.K. Kingston-Smith
July 11, 2007, 1:55 am
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Re: The meaning of the SSH-2 window adjust packet
Thanks for your answer. I guess that my doubt comes precisely
from that 'previously', which can be interpreted as 'the last time that
window information was sent (regardless of the window value at that
point)' or 'the value of the window size when this window adjust packet
is received'. Of course, with the former interpretation it makes no sense
to keep adding bytes, for the window size would only increase.
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