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Step 1. : Device A (Client) sends a TCP segment with SYN = 1, ACK = 0, ISN (Initial Sequence Number) = 2000.

An Initial Sequence Number (ISN) is a random Sequence Number, allocated for the first packet in a new TCP connection.

Step 2. Device B (Server) receives Device A's TCP segment and returns a TCP segment with SYN = 1, ACK = 1, ISN = 5000 (Device B's Initial Sequence Number), Acknowledgment Number = 2001 (2000 + 1, the next sequence number Device B expecting from Device A).

Step 3. Device A sends a TCP segment to Device B that acknowledges receipt of Device B's ISN, With flags set as SYN = 0, ACK = 1, Sequence number = 2001, Acknowledgment number = 5001 (5000 + 1, the next sequence number Device A expecting from Device B)

After the Three-way handshake, the connection is open and the participant computers start sending data using the agreed sequence and acknowledge numbers.

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