Guy Harris <> changed:

           What    |Removed                     |Added
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--- Comment #4 from Guy Harris <> ---
At least part of the problem is that the *second* packet looks "enough like" a
TDS packet, so it marks the entire TCP connection as carrying TDS - but it
doesn't say "the stuff before this doesn't look like TDS, so if it really *is*
TDS, it's probably the middle and end of a TDS packet, so don't try to dissect
it", or something such as that.  That's the problem with byte-stream protocols
such as TCP.

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