Recently I came across an article about Initial Sequence Number. The article says:
>>A Sequence number is a 32-bit number ranging from 1 to 4,294,967,295.
>> At bootstrapping time, the ISN is assigned a value of 1.
>> The ISN gets incremented by 128,000 every second and with every connection being established, it gets incremented by 64,000.
Now at one particular instance, if the ISN is 12345 (for example), what will be the ISN after the system is restarted? Will it be reset to 1 or is it stored somewhere in the address? More discussion or links to this topic will be really good.
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