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Re: [Question #679313]: (K,P)


Question #679313 on rohc changed:

    Status: Answered => Open

yiyuechan is still having a problem:

>The TCP profile defines that p values in a different way. Its uses the
lsb() function defined in section 4.11.5 >of RFC 4997. The 2nd parameter
<offset_param> of the function lsb() is the p parameter defined in RFC
>3095. For example, the RFC 6846 defines that the seq_1 packet type of
the TCP profile shall encode the TCP >sequence number with as follow:
seq_number =:= lsb(16, 32767). It means that k = 16 and p = 32767.

But how can we  understand the  p = 32767 and the corresponding

Thank you very much.

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