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Client - Server (syn) server - client (rst, ack)

and then its finished it has only 2 packets.

asked 17 Dec '16, 06:52

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The client has initiated a TCP connection with a SYN packet which the server has rejected with a RST (along with an ack).

There could be a few reasons for this, a firewall (on the server or an intermediate device), or no application listening on the port on the server, or an application rejecting the connection.

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answered 17 Dec '16, 07:09

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