I knew that the format of the TLS handshake message is as follows.
"Record header + link protocol layer header + link protocol message"
Now I have confusion when analyzing the TLS link protocol messages in TCP.
What the server structure would look like in response to the client's greeting.
Note: Since TCP can handle segmentation, I believe that the hello server, the CRT server, the server key exchange, the hello server made can be handled in segments and provided to tls.
Therefore, what does the raw date look like at the end of all frames received up to TCP?
Will it be like then?
Record header + Link protocol layer header +server greeting + Record header + Link protocol layer header +CRT server+ Registration header + Link protocol layer header + Server key exchange + Registration header + Link protocol layer header + Hello server done
or will it be omitting the record header ??
Record header + Link protocol layer header +server greeting + Handshake layer header +CRT server+ Header of the link protocol layer + Exchange of server keys + Header of the link protocol layer + Hello server