Commit 626786b8 authored by Paul Fiterau Brostean's avatar Paul Fiterau Brostean

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\label{conn-alphabet}
\end{table}
\emph{The output alphabet} subsumes all messages an SSH server generates, which may include, with identical meaning, any of the messages defined as inputs. They also include responses to various requests: \textsc{kex31}~\cite[p. ]{} as reply to \textsc{kex30}, \textsc{sr\_succes} in response to service requests (\textsc{sr\_auth} and \textsc{sr\_conn}), \textsc{ua\_success} and \textsc{ua\_failure} in response to authentication requests, and \textsc{ch\_open\_success}, \textsc{ch\_success} and \textsc{ch\_close}, which confirm the requested channel operation. To these outputs, we add \textsc{no\_resp} for when the {\dsut} generates no output, and the special outputs \textsc{ch\_none}, \textsc{ch\_max} and \textsc{no\_conn}, and \textsc{buffered}, which we discuss in the next Subsections.
\emph{The output alphabet} subsumes all messages an SSH server generates, which may include, with identical meaning, any of the messages defined as inputs. They also include responses to various requests: \textsc{kex31}~\cite[p. 21]{rfc4253} as reply to \textsc{kex30}, \textsc{sr\_succes} in response to service requests (\textsc{sr\_auth} and \textsc{sr\_conn}), \textsc{ua\_success} and \textsc{ua\_failure}~\cite[p. 5,6]{rfc4252} in response to authentication requests, and \textsc{ch\_open\_success}~\cite[p. 6]{rfc4254} and \textsc{ch\_success}~\cite[p. 10]{rfc4254} , in positive response to \textsc{ch\_open} and \textsc{ch\_request\_pty} respectively. To these outputs, we add \textsc{no\_resp} for when the {\dsut} generates no output, and the special outputs \textsc{ch\_none}, \textsc{ch\_max} and \textsc{no\_conn}, and \textsc{buffered}, which we discuss in the next Subsections.
%The learning alphabet comprises of input/output messages by which the {\dlearner} interfaces with the {\dmapper}. Section~\ref{sec:ssh} outlines essential inputs, while Table X provides a summary
%of all messages available at each layer. \textit{\textit{}}
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