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Figure B-4 Decoded TCP packet
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Captured at: 08116772 Length: 261 Status: Ok Ethernet: Destination Address 00A0246FB6A3 <00A0246FB6A3> Ethernet: Individual Address Ethernet: Universal Address Ethernet: Source Address 00A0246FB702 <00A0246FB702> Ethernet: Individual Address
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Ethernet: Universal Address Ethernet: Ethernet V2, Type IPv6 <86DD> IPv6: Version: 6 <60> IPv6: Priority: 0 Uncharacterized Traffic IPv6: Flow Label: 0x000000 (Packet Do Not Belong To a Flow Carry) <000000> IPv6: Payload Length: 203 <00CB> IPv6: Next Header: 6 Transmission Control Protocol <06> IPv6: Hop Limit: 64 <40> IPv6: Source Address: 5F15:5000:82C0:E00:BD:A0:246F:B702 IPv6: Destination Address: 5F15:5000:82C0:E00:BD:A0:246F:B6A3 TCP: Source Port = 9023 <233F> TCP: Destination Port = 1030 <0406> TCP: Sequence Number = 1672068170 <63A9BC4A> TCP: Acknowledgement Number = 507621504 <1E41B080> TCP: HLEN = 32 [Bytes] <80> TCP: Flags: 0x18 ACK PSH <18>
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Figure B-4 Continued
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Appendix B: Analysis of IPv6 Packets
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TCP: Window = 17280 TCP: CheckSum = 0x748A TCP: Option = 1 [No Operation] TCP: Option = 1 [No Operation] TCP: Option = 8 TCP: Padding = 100101502170020213 User Data OFFST DATA 0056: 4C 61 73 74 20 6C 6F 67 69 0066: 4A 61 6E 20 20 37 20 31 37 0076: 66 72 6F 6D 20 61 6C 69 63 0086: 76 36 0D 0A 57 61 72 6E 69 0096: 4B 65 72 62 65 72 6F 73 20 00A6: 20 69 73 73 75 65 64 2E 0D 00B6: 44 20 31 2E 32 20 28 49 50 00C6: 23 31 3A 20 46 72 69 20 4E 00D6: 38 3A 30 33 3A 34 32 20 50 00E6: 0D 0A 0D 0A 57 65 6C 63 6F 00F6: 70 65 6E 42 53 44 2E 0D 0A Frame Tail OFFST DATA 0101: A3 5F 44 A9 <4380> <748A> <01> <01> <0A000A96D9000014D5> ASCII Last login: Tue Jan 7 17:03:46 from alice-v6ip v6Warning: no Kerberos tickets issuedOpenBS D 12 (IPNGKER) #1: Fri Nov 15 0 8:03:42 PST 1996 Welcome to O penBSD ASCII _D
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B4 UDP Packet
This section shows an IPv6 packet containing an UDP packet To better understand the decoding, please refer to Section 31 (See Figures B-5 and B-6)
Figure B-5 UDP packet in hexadecimal
Captured at: 50024340 Length: 90 Status: Ok OFFST DATA 0000: 33 33 00 00 00 09 08 0010: 00 00 00 20 11 FF FE 0020: 08 00 2B B5 A7 A8 FF 0030: 00 00 00 00 00 09 02 0040: 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 0050: 00 00 00 00 00 10 F2
00 80 02 09 00 9B
2B 00 00 02 00 F3
B5 00 00 09 00 73
A7 00 00 00 00
A8 00 00 20 00
86 00 00 21 00
DD 00 00 A1 00
67 00 00 01 00
00 00 00 01 00
ASCII 33+g + ! s
Figure B-6 Decoded UDP packet
Captured at: 50024340 Length: 90 Status: Ok Ethernet: Destination Address 333300000009 <333300000009> Ethernet: Multicast Address Ethernet: Local Address Ethernet: Source Address DecNetB5A7A8 <08002BB5A7A8> Ethernet: Individual Address Ethernet: Universal Address
Appendix B:
Analysis of IPv6 Packets
Figure B-6 Continued
Ethernet: Ethernet V2, Type IPv6 <86DD> IPv6: Version: 6 <67> IPv6: Priority: 7 Internet Control Traffic IPv6: Flow Label: 0x000000 (Packet Do Not Belong To a Flow Carry) <000000> IPv6: Payload Length: 32 <0020> IPv6: Next Header: 17 User Datagram Protocol <11> IPv6: Hop Limit: 255 <FF> IPv6: Source Address: FE80::800:2BB5:A7A8 IPv6: Destination Address: FF02::9 UDP: Source Port = RIPng <0209> UDP: Destination Port = RIPng <0209> UDP: Length = 32 <0020> UDP: CheckSum = 0x21A1 <21A1> RIPng: Command:1 Request <01> RIPng: Version No:1 <01> RIPng: Must Be Zero:0x0000 <0000> RIPng: Entry No :1 RIPng: IPv6 Prefix:0x00000000000000000000000000000000 [Default Route] <00000000000000000000000000000000> RIPng: Route Tag:0x0000 <0000> RIPng: Prefix Length:0 <00> RIPng: Metric:16 <10> Frame Tail OFFST DATA ASCII 0056: F2 9B F3 73 s
B5 Router Solicitation Packet
This section shows an IPv6 packet containing a Router Solicitation ICMP packet To better understand the decoding, please refer to Section 554 (See Figures B-7 and B-8)
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