[ee122] ee122 project question

Lisa Fowler fowler at eecs.berkeley.edu
Sun Nov 11 19:11:13 PST 2007

Given that the MSS is an abstraction provided by TCP, this is
something that you should decide and provide with your protocol.  You
may think of these things as "if TCP is the protocol that provides a
particular feature and no other underlying protocol provides that
feature, I should have to provide that feature in my
replacement-for-TCP protocol."


On Nov 11, 2007 6:47 PM, Michael Ngo <miken087 at berkeley.edu> wrote:
> How do you determine the MSS of the interface from which I am sending
> to? This is to set an initial value for the receiver's buffer size.
> Michael Ngo
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