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Does anyone know the unit of measurement for the TCP Timestamp in the options field?

i.e. Timestamp: TSval 1009700925, TSecr 862779597

Is the unit of measurement milliseconds, microseconds, or something else?

Thanks.

asked 30 Mar '16, 12:50

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The unit is implementation dependent and can vary. See section 4.2.2 of RFC 1323, "TCP Extensions for High Performance."

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answered 30 Mar '16, 13:46

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Thanks you for the response. I'll dig more into that RFC

(11 Apr '16, 09:57) bjmarty
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