From: Manikantan Ramadas (email@example.com)
Date: Tue, 7 Sep 2004 18:14:05 -0400 From: Manikantan Ramadas <firstname.lastname@example.org> Subject: Re: tcptrace-bugs Some questions about TCPtrace Message-ID: <20040907221405.GA14937@irg.cs.ohiou.edu>
Sorry about the delay in response. May be you are still curious about
tcptrace lists information on RTT samples on connection initiation phase
alone and prints it as "RTT from 3WHS" with the "-lr" options (which could be
partially helpful to you, I guess). But as yet
it can't do RTT stats from connection setup and life phases
separately. But tcptrace seems like *the* person to do this job :-) If you
are fairly conversant with tcptrace code, this should be reasonably easy
to do. I shall see if this can be added in next version of tcptrace.
On Wed, Jul 14, 2004 at 04:45:09PM +0900, wrote:
> Hi. I’m student that studying about network.
> I have some dump file to analysis that is dumped by tcpdump utility.
> And I want to get RTT value from that dump file. But, there is some
> restriction. I have to get RTT value separately from segments about
> connection setup phase and segments about data transmission. Connection
> setup phase means segments related to “connect” and “close”
> functions of socket. Data transmission phase means segments related
> “recv” and “send” functions of socket.
> I searched about that at man page and other manual documents, but I
> couldn’t find it. Could you tell me how can I distinguish the setup
> phase segment RTT value and data transmission segment RTT value.
> Thanks a lot.
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