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accessing details from Transport layer

I am working on Embedded systems aplication area.
I wish to acess details from the transport layer of Tcp/Ip
using 'c'.
How to do that?
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revathi
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revathi
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BlackDiamondCommented:
What type of embedded system?  What OS is running on the system?  What details are you looking for?
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revathiAuthor Commented:
I am working on pSOS RTOS. And my project is to develop a network management tool using pSOS.
Regards
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RideOnCommented:
what information do u need exactly?

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revathiAuthor Commented:
what ever possible  from network layer
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RideOnCommented:
aha
in the title u wrote transport layer...
and above u wrote network layer :o)
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RideOnCommented:
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