On Mon, Jul 30, 2001 at 11:12:20PM +0000, scott w wrote:
> Hello Everyone,
> I saw these while a router was in TCP debug mode:
> Jul 30 13:57:11: TCB629C01
> Jul 30 13:57:11: TCB629C018C bound to 10.0.0.185.17264
> Jul 30 13:57:11: TCB629C018C connected to 184.108.40.206.49
> Jul 30 13:57:12: TCB 0x629C018C destroyed
> Does TCB stand for TCP Control Block as in RFC 2140? Or is it
> Transmission Control Block as I've been finding in cisco.com?
well, rfc2140 talks about sharing state between multiple connections
and we certainly don't do anything like that. But yeah, TCB is a TCP
Control Block; a data structure that keeps track of TCP information
about a connection.
> If the second, can someone give me details as I can't find anything useful
> in cisco.com?
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