2.2.3.2 Packet Data

Packet data for a given message follows the packet header (see Type in section 2.2.3.1.1 for messages that contain packet data). As previously stated, a message can span more than one packet. Because each new message MUST always begin within a new packet, a message that spans more than one packet only occurs if the data to be sent exceeds the maximum packet data size, which is computed as (negotiated packet size - 8 bytes), where the 8 bytes represents the size of the packet header.

If a stream spans more than one packet, then the EOM bit of the packet header Status code MUST be set to 0 for every packet header. The EOM bit MUST be set to 1 in the last packet to signal that the stream ends. In addition, the PacketID field of subsequent packets MUST be incremented as defined in section 2.2.3.1.5.

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