Receive window - transport layer, Computer Networking

Receive Window

This  field  defines the size  of the  window in bytes  that the  other party  must  maintain. Note  that the  length  of this  field 16 bits  which  means  that the maximum  size of  the window  is 65, 535 bytes. This  value  is normally referred to as the  receiving  window  is determined by the  receiver. The sender  must obey  the  direction of the  receiver in this  case.

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