• Do you have any preference between TCP and UDP, and why?

    Eddie Lockhart1,015 pointsBadges:
  • Citrix HDX uses both UDP and TCP – Four valuable Citrix HDX protocol features

    Like all remote display protocols, HDX relies on one of two Open Systems Interconnection stack Layer 4 protocols. HDX is based on theĀ Transmission Control Protocol (TCP), but can also use theĀ User Datagram Protocol (UDP).

    Eddie Lockhart1,015 pointsBadges:
  • TCP (Transmission Control Protocol)

    TCP (Transmission Control Protocol) is a set of rules (protocol) used along with the Internet Protocol (IP) to send data in the form of message units between computers over the Internet.

    Margaret Rouse24,515 pointsBadges:
  • TCP offload’s promises and limitations for enterprise networks

    TCP offload products free up limited CPU resources in network-intensive data centers. But TCP offload is no panacea and can introduce more problems.

    Stephen Bigelow7,715 pointsBadges:
  • Using TCP stack, segmentation, receive side scaling or checksum offload

    Smart network adapters offload RSS, checksum and other tasks from the server's CPU and noticeably improve performance if you choose features wisely.

    Stephen Bigelow7,715 pointsBadges:
  • What are the security implications of multipath TCP?

    Multipath TCP could soon bring improved redundancy and uptime to a network near you, but what does it mean for network security? Expert Kevin Beaver explains.

    Kevin Beaver21,600 pointsBadges:
  • Detecting and defending against TCP port 445 attacks

    TCP port 445 -- a traditional Microsoft networking port -- is a common attack vector. Network security expert Kevin Beaver explains how to detect and defend against port 445 attacks.

    Kevin Beaver21,600 pointsBadges:
  • DWDM vs. SONET networks for connecting to the virtual world

    We live in a virtual world where most of us have network access in our homes -- the Internet -- which is a virtual network...

    Stephen Bigelow7,715 pointsBadges:
  • The TCP/IP Guide: A Comprehensive, Illustrated Internet Protocols Reference

    This chapter describes some of the key operating fundamentals of TCP beginning with a discussion of how TCP handles data and introduces the concepts of streams, segments, and sequences. Further it describes the most important applications that use TCP and what ports they use for server applications.

    ITKE440,495 pointsBadges:
  • Open the TCP receive window

    Increase the window size to increase performance.

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