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Assume that the clock-driven scheme for generating starting sequence numbers is used with a 16-bit wide clock counter (that is, sequence numbers range from 0 to 2^16).  The clock ticks once each 100 msec and max packet lifetime is 100 seconds.  How often does resynchronization require to occur at zero generation rate (i.e. the application's not using sequence numbers)?

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