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rishi0922
rishi0922 • Aug 2, 2010

What is the packets send by the user

When we connect to any network through Wi-Fi or through LAN or through bluetooth network , in all the network we see that there are some data packets sent and some data packets recieved when we open the status of the network connection.
I understand the data packets recieved through the network but what is the data packets send by the user.
And if the connection is fast then the data packets send is lesser than the data packets recieved but if the net connection is slow than the data packets send will be greater than the data packets recieved. Why ??
durga ch
durga ch • Aug 2, 2010
did you consider the packet loss ? when you say a slow network - the packets time to live (TTL) might expire before the packet reaches the user, hence the source ends up sending more
rishi0922
rishi0922 • Aug 2, 2010
packets which expires before reaching the user is the packets recieved which gets expired but what is packets send and why it is less in slow connections. Which packet did the user send to the server
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Manish Goyal
Manish Goyal • Aug 2, 2010
I understand the data packets received through the network but what is the data packets send by the user.
These are TCP/IP packets which user send ,this is base for any communication using internet.If you know java then i can send you program through which you will see live everything

And if the connection is fast then the data packets send is lesser than the data packets recieved but if the net connection is slow than the data packets send will be greater than the data packets recieved.
here Durga is right
rishi0922
rishi0922 • Aug 2, 2010
Ya sure goyal, you can send that java program.
Manish Goyal
Manish Goyal • Aug 2, 2010
ok i will mail you ,but i will suggest you to keep watching my new thread

"Live demonstration of packets "

Ceans will try to clarify all the doubts regarding packets
rishi0922
rishi0922 • Aug 2, 2010
ok surely i will watch "Live demonstration of packets "

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