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A Transport Layer Protocol Decoder

Senior Project: 1988-1989
Eilif Monrad-Krohn, Thomas Munson and Joseph Wainwright
Colorado Telecommunications Division
Colorado Springs, CO

The Colorado Telecommunications Division of Hewlett-Packard builds network protocol analyzers that are used for research and development, trouble shooting, and management of data communications networks. Their use requires software to decode and display protocol information as it is gathered. This project, written in C and running under a proprietary HP operating system, provided software to decode network packets as they arrived, and to display the packets in many different formats to a user of the network protocol analyzer. This decoding and display capability was implemented for both the ISO Transport Layer and TCP/IP network protocols.

 
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