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Old 10-24-2009, 09:44 AM
sam6605 sam6605 is offline
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Default TCP and UDP headers numbered from bit 0 to bit 31

Disregard my last post on this thread. Just saw on page 75 and 78 of the study guide that TCP and UDP headers are numbered from bit 0 to bit 31. I guess beginning with bit 0 is the convention for headers in general. Just didn't realize.
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