[RC5-PROXYPER] Re: [RC5] problem with NT-service client

Roland E. Lipovits lipo at telekabel.at
Thu Feb 26 14:43:16 EST 1998


On 26 Feb 98 at 13:34, Jo Hermans wrote:
> >[02/26/98 12:06:55 GMT] 134.184.65.59: Client requesting communication
> >[02/26/98 12:06:55 GMT] 134.184.65.59: completed 66ffba08:00000000, 4, 3
> >[02/26/98 12:06:55 GMT] 134.184.65.59: completed 66ffba08:40000000, 4, 3
> >[02/26/98 12:06:55 GMT] 134.184.65.59: completed 66ffba08:80000000, 4, 3
> >[02/26/98 12:06:55 GMT] 134.184.65.59: completed 66ffba08:c0000000, 4, 3
> >[02/26/98 12:06:55 GMT] 134.184.65.59: completed 66ffba09:00000000, 4, 3
> >[02/26/98 12:06:55 GMT] 134.184.65.59: completed 66ffba09:40000000, 4, 3
> >[02/26/98 12:06:56 GMT] 134.184.65.59: completed 66ffba09:80000000, 4, 3
> >[02/26/98 12:06:56 GMT] 134.184.65.59: completed 66b28957:f0000000, 1, 3
> >[02/26/98 12:06:56 GMT] 134.184.65.59: completed 66b28958:00000000, 4, 3
> >[02/26/98 12:06:56 GMT] 134.184.65.59: completed 66b28958:40000000, 4, 3
> So the DES-outputbuffer has 10 more blocks (although they were RC5), *and*
> the RC5 outputbuffer has 37 more !

The 37 RC5 blocks are ok, because the client returned 9*4+1=37 
2^28-blocks, the 10 counted DES-Blocks perhaps may result from the 
dummy DES-block (contest-over-signals) which are exchanged between 
proxy and client.

Regards,
Lipo

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