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Does the end of a packet from the source IP always have FIN? Or can it have FIN ACK? Or any other combination. Is FIN always included in the end of a packet?
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Posted 19-Sep-11 11:17am

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For a better understanding of the TCP characteristics[^] please read the link. Hope it helps!

Good luck.
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Member 7766180 at 19-Sep-11 21:57pm
   
Thank you VERY informative!! So correct me if i'm wrong! Its FIN ACK for the end!

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