the book that will definetely answer this question is "TCP/IP Illustrated"
by Richard Stevens (all three volumes are great, but read the first one
and the best tool i found to view contents of datatgrams was snort
hope this helps.
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Subject: IP packaging
> I want to ask a question for a friend. In IP layer, a block of TCP data
> will be divided into many IP packages. will all of these
> IP packages be sent one by one, or they may be
> separated by other IP packages? which book discusses this
> question? which tools can watch the content of IP package?
> Thank you very much!
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