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Win2000 Packets

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Hi, I was just wondering how big the packets windows2000 sends and recieves are. Are they all one byte? A KB? Or does it depend? thx Edit: My spacebar was somehow buggerd Edited by - Peaceman on March 29, 2002 3:34:18 AM

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They can vary in size. Its going to depend on the protocol used and the amount of data carried. Some protocols are of a fixed length (ATM is 53 bytes), where as some vary (TCP/IP up to 1500 bytes). It''s not really win2k specific, its more protocol specific.


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Win2K does have a default, though (at least, for IP it does). I forget what it is, but you can change it in the registry.

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