Connection-oriented protocols typically use
a 3-way handshake to establish a connection. One side of a connection initiates an active
connection request by sending an initial request packet to the other
side. This side responds to a valid request with a connection response
packet. Finally, the initiator should respond with an ACK, completing
the 3-way handshake and connection establishment phase.
Connection establishment packets are surveyed by timers. If no response
is received during a specified amount of time, the packets are
Look how a normal 3-way handshake works and how lost packets are retransmitted
after a timeout by selecting a method in the drop-down-menu!