beckster at ...1127...
Fri Sep 14 13:09:03 EDT 2001
Read the RFC's on TOS. Be sure to read the "updated" info. about
DSCP - using the TOS field for Differentiated services codepoints in
DS-capable networks. Used in traffic shaping.
Here's a start:
(Original spec - Sept. 1981)
(Service mappings for TOS - Sept. 1981)
(TOS in the IP protocol suite - July 1992)
(Good descr. of dscp - December 1998)
(architecture for dscp implementation - Dec. 1998)
(Per-hop behaviour descriptions - May 2000)
I've seen interesting traffic from some non-RFC compliant TCP stacks.
Most recently in an Alteon load balancer...in case you were
wondering why I had all this info. ;-)
> snortlst snortlst wrote:
> When I try to analyze packets I see TOS:0x0
> How many types of services there are out there .... and is there any
> documentation that explains what are those hexa values stand for?
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