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- Window size in SSH-2
- James H. Newman
June 12, 2007, 8:18 pm
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Re: Window size in SSH-2
It's the length of the data _string_ in the SSH_MSG_CHANNEL_DATA
packet payload. That is, an SSH_MSG_CHANNEL_DATA which contains a
string with a length field of 00 00 00 01 and a one-byte data field
of 41 consumes one byte of window space.
I think they thought it would be obvious given what the window is for.
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