OpenNap 620 Packet Format





 
 
[ Packet Type 620 ] - 0x26C - Server to Client - Downloader Notification - Remote Uploader Has Reached Limit

      <PacketLength><PacketType><nick> "<filename>" <filesize> <digit>


       <nick>         This is the string username of the user who has the requested file
       "<filename>" This is the requested filename string
       <filesize>     This is the size of the file in bytes
       <digit>        This is the limit set by the uploader of concurrent uploads



      This message is sent by the server in response to the <619> client request, when one user needs to notify another
       that they have reached the maximum allowed simultaneous downloads.
 
      When the server recieves a <619> request from the uploading client, it sends a <620> packet to the downloading client.

      The only difference in format is the addition of the username <nick> field in the <620> packet which specifies
      the username of the uploading agent which is notifying the downloader that the queue is full.

      Example:

      joebob "C:\MP3\Generic Band - Generic Song.mp3" 1234567 3


      NAPSTER  Compatible
      OPENNAP  Compatible
      SLAVANAP Compatible



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