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Old 10-26-2005, 02:17 AM   #1
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The journey of a packet through the linux 2.6 network stack

I am interested in the flow that how TCP is working from the scratch and it will be better if i can get the details for the 2.6 kernel. Where is the Linux documentation available? please help me in goinging through the Whole process connection establishment and the datastructures used.
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Go through the TCP/IP Illustrated Volume. 2 by Stevens for all the TCP/IP data structures . . .
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A quick Google search found this..
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Great Work...


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