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thanks a lot for answering
Il 22/01/2020 17:44, Ian Manners ha scritto:
As posted at os2world.com..
I say go here as a means to try to get data on your connection.
What does it say your "RWIN Scaling (RFC1323) = 2 bits (scale factor:
and what value does it give for "Unscaled TCP Receive Window"?
"Unscaled TCP Receive Window" is important because this
maybe the maximum tcpswinsize/tcprwinsize values you that
you will be able to use if a multiple does not fit in or under
the OS/2 maximum of 246723. Putting a number in without
it being a proper multiple will result in retransmits.
What you are looking for is a MULTIPLE that fits, the size of RWIN is not
overly important for us. Ignore the bandwidth * delay product for now. If
ok, in the next days i will post data
you are interested you can find more information on that by searching for
RFC1323 and having a read.
Feel free to post everything in the window from that webpage
in the "Share Your Results" box.
i will be forced to move my firewalls from eCS (or AOS in the future)
to applicances :(
If you want to get the full speed of your line, you may not
have any other choice.
Life would be easier if we had TCP/P Autotune like Linux has
but we do not :)
"...Life would be easier if we had TCP/P Autotune like.."
what i need is a firewall that support connections of 30, 50 and 100 Megabit/sec, is this possible?
e.g. here i've 2 servers on a 100Megabit/sec full granted
one do 2,5MegaBytes/sec of download and that's no good
but the other (same harwdare & os & drivers) do 7MegaBytes/sec*
of download that's is sufficient for a 100Megabit/sec
(since my office is quite far from the FTTC cabinet)
*i still have to understand why the other server is slow in download datarate :(
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