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Hello everyone, I need header structure of these protocols please anyone help me ...,

  1. X window system protocol
  2. Finger
  3. H.323
  4. S 1 application protocol
  5. X 2 application protocol

asked 09 Jul '16, 04:27

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Adarsha Verma
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answered 09 Jul '16, 07:13

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Thank you for your reply Jaap But in these files i am not getting proper information to write C header structure for the above protocols. Please help me more.

(11 Jul '16, 06:01) Adarsha Verma

This the the most detailed information you are going to find, short of having the C code written for you. If you are looking for that, you'll have to seek published source code of programs implementing these protocol and extract the C code from there.

(11 Jul '16, 07:38) Jaap ♦

Ok thank you jaap. Your response helped me lot.

(12 Jul '16, 00:26) Adarsha Verma

If you have any link with respect to this protocols please let me know. 1. Msrp 2. Smtp Thank you in advance.

(12 Jul '16, 00:29) Adarsha Verma

Seriously, you should be able to google that stuff yourself - it's not that hard. Searching for "[protocol name] rfc" does help a lot, e.g. "msrp rfc" or "smtp rfc".

(12 Jul '16, 01:08) Jasper ♦♦

Jasper has a point:

  1. MSRP
  2. SMTP

Oh, and if you're looking for code, the Wireshark dissector code may be of use as well.

(12 Jul '16, 02:16) Jaap ♦

Thanks alot Jaap

(12 Jul '16, 07:43) Adarsha Verma
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