Another port 445 question...
crh at ubiqx.mn.org
Fri Jun 21 15:07:01 GMT 2002
According to the SNIA doc:
"Each CIFS request starts with a four byte field encoded as above: a
byte of zero followed by three bytes of length; after that follows the
body of the request."
Which basically says that the length field is 24 bits long. This header
is derived directly from the original NBT (RFC1001/1002) specs. In NBT,
however, the length field is 17 bits long.
So my question is this: Has anyone ever seen, or is anyone aware of, an
SMB message that is longer than 0x1FFFF bytes long?
Samba Team -- http://www.samba.org/ -)----- Christopher R. Hertel
jCIFS Team -- http://jcifs.samba.org/ -)----- ubiqx development, uninq.
ubiqx Team -- http://www.ubiqx.org/ -)----- crh at ubiqx.mn.org
OnLineBook -- http://ubiqx.org/cifs/ -)----- crh at ubiqx.org
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