In my LAN, the MTU is 1500, and hosts A and b have an MSS of 1460. By testing and analysing with Fireshark I sent a 4000-byte long TCP segment from host A to host B in my LAN, but the segment came in full (the 4k bytes came in one piece). Shouldn’t the 4k [...]
Answer Question | March 19, 2011 11:29 PM
TCP, TCP IP, TCP IP MSS MTU Segment
i have a number of printers that do not work through standard TCPip port on my Windows 2003 server, but some dont, if i connect them through LPR port they work but problem i am having is that each time my server is restarted or the network goes down i loose the LPR IP settings and [...]
Answer Question | August 19, 2010 11:40 AM
LPR Port, LPR Port settings problems, TCP IP, Windows Server 2003, Windows Server 2003 error messages
iSeries Access for Windows using TCP/IP connectivity applications such as telnet and ftp transmit data and passwords over the network in plain text. This means that the data and passwords can be intercepted and read by other users on the network. Looking for solution to solve this problem.
Answer Question | February 17, 2010 4:26 PM
AS/400, FTP, iSeries Access for Windows, password security, TCP IP
I am trying to learn about TCP statistics, especially Failed Connection Attempts. What value would indicate a high threshold? Also, what causes these errors to occur? Does this indicate an issue at the remote or local host? Or does it have to do with network bandwidth or lack of I/O, etc.? Thanks!
Answer Question | December 11, 2009 2:00 AM
failed connection attempts, Network troubleshooting, Networking, TCP, TCP IP, TCP/IP
why routing information protocol employ user datagrame protcol over transmission control protocol
Answer Question | March 31, 2008 5:59 PM
Datagram protocol, Network routing protocols, TCP IP, UDP, User Datagram Protocol