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    Ping ?

    When we ping , y do we get 32 bytes of data for every packet ? is it a standard that a packet will contain a max. Of 32 bytes of data [ including header ] ?


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    Re: Ping ?

    See you must be using a 32-bit Operating system that's why you are getting it. I am not sure about the 64-bit scenario. But i think it the best guess i can make.


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    Re: Ping ?

    Quote Originally Posted by itcoll View Post
    When we ping , y do we get 32 bytes of data for every packet ? is it a standard that a packet will contain a max. Of 32 bytes of data [ including header ] ?
    hi, u just ask a very good question.
    i.e. we r using IP version 4 which is a 32 bit adressing so we get 32 bytes of data for every packet
    suppose if we use IP version 6 which is a 128 bit adressing then we get 128 bytes of data for every packet.


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