• Maximum number of TCP connections on Windows Server 2008

    We're trying to run as many connections as possible in our server that's running on Windows Server 2008. To support our Comet-style application, it's written in C#. All the connections just need to be open (and stay open). From what we're looking at, we're limited to 65K of simultaneous open...

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  • Networking

    I have a question regarding domain identification of a computer. How does the domain determine the operating system of a computer on its network. Does it use the Registry or some other method?

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  • How and where does fragmentation happen?

    Say I have a data of 5000 bytes. Once it reaches layer 4 the TCP header will be added. as the data is large there will be 4 pieces of the data; so there will be 4 TCP headers one for each piece. Now the 4 pieces go to the layer 3 one by one. Will there be any function of Fragment Offset and...

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  • How can I determine the size of a packet?

    I have initiated a TCP connection for a HTTP request and response. Now after it was completed, I sent a request to the server for the HTTP packet (with a SYN flag set). The server responded with a ACK flag but when that finished, it sent a FIN flag. So my question is: How can I figure out the size...

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  • Closing TCP and UDP ports using Windows command line

    Would anyone know of a way of closing a TCP or UDP socket for a single connection via the Windows command line? After doing some searching, many people said doing a manual page of NETSTAT or NETSH commands, which would monitor the ports. But I'm not looking to monitor, I'm looking to close/kill...

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  • What’s the complete definition for off_t type?

    I'm sending files from our client to the server using TCP. To end the mark of the file, I would like to send the file size before the actual data so I've been using the stat system call. Now I need to know how many actual bytes it occupies so I can read it correctly on the server. It's defined...

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  • Does a TCP send a SYN/ACK on every packet?

    I currently have a TCP server that always listens for an incoming client, then it sends one packet of data every single second. Bur I have a quick question: Does a SYN/ACK packet only get sent on initial connections, like this: SYN ACK DATA DATA DATA Or is it sent with every packet, like this: SYN...

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  • How to redirect TCP-traffic to Unix domain socket

    I have a legacy Linux application that's listening on a UNIX domain socket. Now, I'm trying to connect to it through a TCP-connection on a port (Port 1234). What would be the easiest way to bind the port and then redirect all incoming connections to the domain socket?

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  • Infiniband: How does IPoIB and TCP fit into it?

    I don't have a strong networking background but I've been doing some research on Infiniband. And I'm not quite sure how the concepts of IPoIB and TCP fit into it. Can someone explain to me how they work / what they do with Infiniband? Which way is better to go?

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  • Is it possible to use TCP and UDP on the same server?

    I understand this is a short question but it's very urgent. Can I use both TCP and UDP sockets on the same server? Particularly, would I be able to use the same port number too? Thanks!

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  • How to broadcast a message with UDP and TCP?

    I'm currently working on a .NET solution that runs completely inside a single network. So when a user makes a change to the system, I need to launch an announcement / have everyone hear it. Do you know of a way that I can broadcast a message like this (just like UDP) while keeping a guaranteed...

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  • Transmission of IP Packets in TCP

    I’ve read that IP packets can sometimes get lost in transmission and that TCP often requests retransmission of lost data.  How often are packets lost permanently?  What are the requirements for retransmission?  Are lost packets a security risk?

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  • How much faster is UDP than TCP?

    How much faster is UDP than TCP for a general protocol message exchange?

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  • How to manually close a TCP socket

    My partner and I currently have a Python app that opens A TCP socket that communicates with another Python app on a separate host. Every once in a while, we notice the program either errors or we kill it. When that happens, the socket is still open for some time. Every time after we go to run the...

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  • How can I open a socket in Python

    I'm looking to open a TCP client socket in Python and I need some help. Would I have to go all the way through the low-level BSD socket handle or is there an easier way?

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  • Why is a TCP Window Update is causing my server to crash?

    I'm making my own server software for a game in Java (everything was written in Java). A big problem I'm having is that I don't have any protocol documentation available so I've been reading packets with Wireshark. So, when a client is connecting, the server is sending it the level file in a Gzip...

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  • Why would someone use UDP instead of TCP?

    Aside from speed, why would someone use UDP instead of TCP? From what I understand, UDP can lose packets, whereas TCP cannot. What other advantages does UDP offer?

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  • Lacking a FQDN during database mirroring on SQL Server 2005

    I am trying to work with database mirroring on SQL Server 2005, and I keep receiving the error message, “One or more of the server network addresses lacks a fully qualified domain name (FQDN). Specify the FQDN for each server, and click Start Mirroring again.” I know that the syntax for a...

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  • How to set proper TCP buffer size?

    Hi, We have 3 AS/400 systems PR, HA (Both are on same physical location) & DR (situated in different physical location around 1000 KM away from PR system). All the three systems are in sync using MIMIX Global. We had 100 mbps WAN link configured for PR to DR replication. PR & HA replication...

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  • Global communication network without the transport layer

    Is it feasible to have a global communication network without the transport later? Thanks!

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