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Question is misleading the potential answers don't match the question.
The question and answers are misleading because low level networking stuff is mixed with high level stuff; "incoming packets" is at the low level NIC (network interface card) but the "server stub" (what is this? can you give an example?) could be considered a high level element which never receives "packets" it gets the complete payload, packets are negotiated by the NIC.
Agreed, question is little vauge and can be justified by individual answers.
Okay, I fell for it, too. So, there is no way to ever get the points for the challenge awarded, ever again? :/
The packed is passed to the network driver/NIC/network when it's already in the OS
This question makes no sense.
The answer should be the packed is passed to the network driver, NIC or network itself when its already in the OS.
It is "outgoing" not "incoming" messages. When they are on OS they already passed though the stub.
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