"toc2_login login.oscar.aol.com 5190 YourAOLAccountName YourRoastedPW English \"TIC:\\Revision: 1.61\" 160 US \"\" \"\" 3 0 30303 -kentucky -utf8 simplecode"You have to supply the specifics for:
Let's do the dance:
- You send FLAPON\r\n\r\n as an unframed sequence of bytes to the server
- You receive the Server's signon frame
- You send the Client's signon frame that includes the AOL username (you should have one by now!). Let's call that name u.
- You send a data frame using the toc2_login message described in the toc2 protocol.You have to follow the form of the login message just as it is described. The <address> field is login.oscar.aol.com and the <port> field is 5190. The simple code must be created from your username and password, as described on the toc2 page.
- Server sends you a data frame indicating success, probably mentioning somethng like SIGN_ON: TOC2.0 message.
- You might send toc_add_buddy whoever. It used to be the case that AOL wouldn't show your name on anybody's buddy list unless you have at least one buddy, but that's supposedly fixed now.
- You send toc_init_done
- You should be prepared to receive any number of messages from the server now, and just print them out so you can see what's going on.
When you done with this lab, you must be cleared by the TA to receive credit.
- Commit all your work to your repository
- Fill in the form below with the relevant information
- Have a TA check your work
- The TA should check your work and then fill in his or her name
- Click OK while the TA watches