I read about TCP/IP Illustrated, Volume 1: The Protocols (2nd Edition) 13.2 TCP Connection Establishment and Termination, and the following picture shows the TCP connection and termination process, what confuse me is the sequence number of ACK sent by client in termination process, just like the picture shows: when server send FIN+ACK, Seq=L, ACK=K+1,(options) to client, this means that server need a segment whose sequence number is K+1, so I think the client should send ACK, Seq=K+1, ACK=L+1, (options) to server, right?
It is clearly spelled out in RFC 793 Transmission Control Protocol, Section 3.5 Closing a Connection:
TCP A TCP B 1. ESTABLISHED ESTABLISHED 2. (Close) FIN-WAIT-1 --> <SEQ=100><ACK=300><CTL=FIN,ACK> --> CLOSE-WAIT 3. FIN-WAIT-2 <-- <SEQ=300><ACK=101><CTL=ACK> <-- CLOSE-WAIT 4. (Close) TIME-WAIT <-- <SEQ=300><ACK=101><CTL=FIN,ACK> <-- LAST-ACK 5. TIME-WAIT --> <SEQ=101><ACK=301><CTL=ACK> --> CLOSED 6. (2 MSL) CLOSED Normal Close Sequence Figure 13.
The RFC is the definition of TCP, and textbooks may have errors (it happens all the time). It is a good idea to also study the RFCs of any protocols which you are learning.