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Old 10-13-2004, 02:10 PM   #1
malik_mca
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Angry Setting TOS field in IP header


Hi,

I am setting the TOS field in the IP header using setsockopt() function. But this setting is not reflected while i tried capturing the packets on network.
Though when i tried retriving the fields through getsockopt()
everything seems fine ie values are getting set. I am not getting where the problem is? Please help me out??

Thanking you in advance....

Thanks & Regards,
Sandeep Malik
 
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