[Twisted-Python] TCP Packet Size Considerations: Extra Info

Grant McDonald gmcdonald at infocomp.com
Wed Mar 9 01:05:20 EST 2005

Now i do feel stupid! The documentation doesn't mention anything about
sending multiple packets..... how can i tell if a packet is part of a
multiple packet set?
After looking at the output more carefully i realised that it was sending a
packet the size of 8760 and 8077 which together total 16837.  Where is the
information to say it is a split transmission?

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After adding some code to report the transmission size i can confirm that
16837 bytes are sent and 8077 bytes are received via the previous code.



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