[Juglist] calling all socket gurus!
calvin at cspowers.com
Wed Jun 12 20:39:47 EDT 2002
At 07:57 PM 6/12/2002 -0400, you wrote:
>Chris Merrill wrote:
> > 3. We have the ability in our application to dump the
> > exact bytes sent to/from the browser and server into
> > files. We have been able to verify that the content
> > that our proxy returns to the browser is identical when
> > the request fails and succeeds.
>Do you mean you are able to see the ASCII bytes which comprise
>the HTTP exchanges?
>If it were my problem I'd want to look at the lower-level
>exchanges, in sub-HTTP protocols -- the TCP, IP, or whatever
>the machines use to negotiate closing sockets.
I agree with Rich. It seems to me that your next step is to look at the ip
packets as they flow back and forth so you can get a good picture of the
TCP connection flows. I'd be willing to bet that you start seeing
differences between the good and bad scenarios at that point.
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