• Are protocols universal between the OSI and TCP/IP models?

    Can a TCP protocol be used in an OSI model?

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  • Windows XP Pro lost TCP/IP protocol

    I have an XP Pro machine. I have been unable to restore the TCP/IP to the adapters. I have replaced the network adapter and even added a wireless to the machine,but I can't get them to pick up a nip address. When I run ipconfig it gives me a message to contact microsoft, I have been through the...

    greatjubee165 pointsBadges:
  • TCP/IP MTU and MSS

    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 byte segments be broken into 1460-byte...

    BUCHANKAS30 pointsBadges:
  • TCP/IP Problem

    A few years ago, a consultant did a migration from one Windows 2k server to another. Ever since then the server will not hold static IP address or it looks like that. Even if you login as administrator. Anyone know how to fix this?

    Br72670 pointsBadges:
  • How to send packets in peer-to-peer networking

    Hello, I'm still new in IT field. I want to ask some question about networking. How do I want to send TCP and UDP packet in peer to peer network environment which is without any server in my topology? I don't know what software should I use. After sending both packets, I have to capture the packets.

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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?

    ITKE352,400 pointsBadges:
  • 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...

    ITKE352,400 pointsBadges:
  • How many TCP-socket connections are possible on a Linux server?

    We're currently using a Linux server and we're looking to find out how many TCP-socket connections are actually possible on it. We understand there's less traffic on each connection but all of our connections need to be up at the same time. Thanks!

    ITKE352,400 pointsBadges:
  • How to simulate packet delay and loss in Linux

    Is there anyway I can simulate a packet delay and loss for UDP and TCP in Linux to actually measure the performance of one of my applications? Would netem work for this? Thanks!

    ITKE352,400 pointsBadges:
  • IP addressing and subnetting

    Hello, Can some one help me with an easier way of calculating subnets and host per given IP address?

    Markmu5 pointsBadges:
  • iSeries NFS: Change from UDP to TCP

    We are running on V5R4 and attempting to mount (via NFS) an external file system (Data Domain 530) onto the iSeries. Even though on the surface it appears that the mount was successful; you cannot execute any type of read or write operation to the mount. After running a communications trace, it was...

    Iseries4215 pointsBadges:
  • Windows network problrem but not in all programs

    Hi, I have a PC that have network problems from windows. The PC can have acces to network when using programs almost any. I can reach my AS/400 using emulator or VB Programs I can print on network printers. It can send and receive mail (outlook expres), and get to the net using IE and a proxy...

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  • High latency, TCP window size, single or multi session

    Dear Gurus: The situation is between 2 place with high latency e.g. 60ms from China to Taiwan. The IPLC link is 20mbps, the test PC hase been tcp optimisation increase window size. If one FTP test session still can not reach for example 10%(vs 100Mbps LAN), 10Mbps, the provider say have to multiple...

    JJLee5 pointsBadges:
  • Determine TCP port used by a connection.

    We have an application that has our iSeries (AS/400) connect to a remote IP address and port. If we have to end the application and restart it (IPL, error, end/start subsystem) the iSeries keeps the connection open. After the application is restarted, the TCP connections show two connections to the...

    LHrabar95 pointsBadges:
  • Are TCP FINS a concern?

    i have seen a lot of tcpfins on my sonic wall firewall. When I look up the IP address the sites are not sites we are accessing. Is this something I can report as a crime or how do I address.

    Wilsey15 pointsBadges:
  • 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...

    ITKE352,400 pointsBadges:
  • 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...

    Pratyush19875 pointsBadges:
  • 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...

    ITKE352,400 pointsBadges:
  • What’s the better option for my TCP server: Netty or Apache MINA?

    I currently have a high performance TCP server and I've come down to two options: Netty or Apache MINA. If your honest opinion, which way should I lean towards? Has anyone used either? If/so, what are the advantages and disadvantages to each. Thanks!

    ITKE352,400 pointsBadges:

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