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By khanoo48 ·
A clinet C is comunitcating with the server S at TCP source port 2000 currently set to send next sequence number 123456. A malicious node is also connected to the same server at source port 3000 courrently set to send next sequence number 654321. malicious node M send a message to server. explain what will happen if the message is sent is ( note that RST means RST Flag in TCP packet is set


A. host M send RST, SEQ (654321), SRC(host M, port 3000) to to server S
B. host M send RST, SEQ (654321), SRC(host C, port 3000) to to server S
C. host M send RST, SEQ (123456), SRC(host C, port 2000) to to server S
D. host M send RST, SEQ (123456), SRC(host M, port 2000) to to server S

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by saleem_aamir In reply to message to server

Host M at Port 3000, and Host C at port 3000 at succeeded.. and other two will be rejected.. as they have wrong sequence numbers. Sequence Number added every time upto the size of segments.

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by saleem_aamir In reply to

A. host M send RST, SEQ (654321), SRC(host M, port 3000) to to server S......

C. host M send RST, SEQ (123456), SRC(host C, port 2000) to to server S ..

These R tWo oPtioNs which r aNsWeRs of yoUr question.eNjoY aNd hAve fuN and try to slove problems by urslf dont post question..first try to slove it urslf...

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by saleem_aamir In reply to message to server

Host M at Port 3000, and Host C at port 3000 at succeeded.. and other two will be rejected.. as they have wrong sequence numbers. Sequence Number added every time upto the size of segments.

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