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This is SYN packet destined to port 80 (most likely HTTP).

So, you're most likely to see: or SYN,ACK packet (if the port is opened) or RST packet (if the port is closed). But these are not "requests", but a part of TCP-conversation.

As for "request" if I understand correctly the question (BTW looks like this is some assignment) I'd expect HTTP GET or HTTP POST.

This is SYN packet destined to port 80 (most likely HTTP).

So, you're most likely to see: see:

1. or SYN,ACK packet (if the port is opened) is opened)
2. or RST packet (if the port port is closed). closed).

But these are not "requests", but a part of TCP-conversation.

As for "request" if I understand correctly the question (BTW looks like this is some assignment) I'd expect HTTP GET or HTTP POST.

This is SYN packet destined to port 80 (most likely HTTP).

So, you're most likely to see:

1. or SYN,ACK packet (if the port is opened)
2. or RST packet (if the port is closed).

But these are not "requests", but a part of TCP-conversation.TCP-conversation (TCP 3-way handshake or service refusal process).

As for "request" if I understand correctly the question (BTW looks like this is some assignment) I'd expect HTTP GET or HTTP POST.