Polygraph does not know anything about TCP packets. You may be
able to achieve your goal by using tools external to Polygraph. I would
suggest experimenting with socket buffer sizes and dummynet. Dummynet is
a FreeBSD-specific tool, but similar packages are available for Linux
(NISTnet) and probably other OSes.
Note that HTTP requests are usually relatively small (300 bytes
or less) so dividing them into packets would require really small
On Wed, 9 Aug 2000, sanjay kumar wrote:
> If HTTP request packet is large, then TCP stack
> divides the HTTP packet into two or more TCP segement.
> Is there any mechanism provided by the PolyGraph, so
> that we can force it to divide the HTTP request (going
> from the PloyGraph)into some fixed length TCP segment.
> Similarly, for the HTTP response messages.
> Thanks and Regards
> Sanjay Ara
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