Is there a way to change the TCP Window size, by reconfiguring the
kernel or something?
On a PC it can be done by doing changes in the registry.
ndd /dev/tcp \?
For details of TCP tunables.
Let's not talk about the registry...Quote:> On a PC it can be done by doing changes in the registry.
I have some requirements for a project that implements FTP throttling.
Depending on the values of a particular variable (that can change
dynamically), the requirements state that the advertised tcp window
size should be set to various values. The implementation is on Linux.
I am not sure where to start implementing this. Any tips and guidelines
will be greatly appreciated!