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hi there!

im trying to reassemble ip fragments using C and my question is how would you know that you already have the complete ip fragments in your fragment buffer?

since ip fragments can arrive in different time in different order, it is possible for the ip datagram containing the no more fragment flag set, to arrive before the other fragments.

thanks!
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that may happen. you should also check for the sequence numbers.

using both of these information will solve the problem.
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my comment is above...
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