• What is the difference between TCP and OSI?

    What is the difference between TCP (Transmission Control Protocol) and OSI (Open Systems Interconnection)?

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  • when receiver send ACK for multiple packets?

    I studied tcp sliding window. From there, sender can send several packets without receive ACK from sender based on window size. But in captured packet, receiver send ACK after received two or three packets from server. Why it works like this? window size is enough to get more packets.

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  • wireless internet

    I have a router connect to the internet and a directional outdoor antenna of range up to 8km. I have another router in another building about 200m away from the first. I actually want the set up and effective wireless network with the second router in that building. Can i connect the two routers...

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  • tcp/ip and ipx/spx

    how tcp/ip and ipx/spx communicate effectively as 1 network

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  • TCP Listening Port

    How do I get my TCP listening port in an enterprise network using Windows Server 2003

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  • How to see if my Nmap tcpwrapped port is open after a GFI LANguard scan

    I ran Nmap 4.0 and GFI LANguard GFI LANguard Network Security Scanner (N.S.S.) on a Windows 2003 server and noticed that the FTP Port 21 is open but tcpwrapped. How do I check further if Port 21 is indeed open? I've checked the IIS6.0 and the Windows Add/ Remove program section there's not FTP...

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  • SIP resource allocation?

    Hello, I am looking for expert advise on dynamic resource allocation in VoIP... I am trying to come up with some idea for using of dynamic badwidth adaptations for SIP teleconferencing in mobile wireless net? Would it be possible to use RTCP messagas to communicate resource availability ( bandwidth...

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  • VPN setup

    i have a planet vpn router/firewall already configured to allow pptp protocol on port 1723, no polocies-pass thru mode. on my windows server 2003(small business pack) i have enabled two ports for pptp on routing and remote configurations. and also a mobile account for my remote user. vpn from...

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  • Looking for clarification on new IP layout

    I currently have a 192.168.1.0/24 network. I have one cisco router with many cisco switches that allow everyone to have a DHCP ip of 192.168.1.X. I will soon have more people then the /24 will handle, so I would like to switch to: 172.16.30.0 subnet 255.255.254.0 mask 172.16.31.255 broadcast That...

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  • TCP Retransmissions b/c of Checksum Incorrect

    We have a problem where some users will complain of slow application response time (on the LAN) from our ERP server, but others will be fine. After many hours of troublshooting I've discovered the following: - Packet Sniff's of affected users shows TCP Retransmissions because the Checksum is...

    Tbitner510 pointsBadges:
  • TCP FIN and Close age out

    I have a DHCP DNS Wins Certificate server Kasper antivirus exchnage and oracle 10g configured in my Lan, i have configured 802.1x machine authentication and vlan assignment via IC 4000 and security policies are applied via ISG 2000 juniper Firewall. we have seen a lot of TCP FIn Tcp port no 1116...

    Baqarbeezee10 pointsBadges:
  • Full description of all the TCP/IP servers

    Hi folks, does anyone know where I can find a full description of what each of the TCP servers does? We recently had a problem and I was unable to find out which servers should/shouldn't be running. Many thanks

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  • Configure ports

    how do u configure uer network to forward tcp and udp ports 6346 to ur local network

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  • wireless vlan

    hi all, is it possible to have one link from a switch to an access point and split the network into two networks a wireless network from the AP and a wired port for a user connected thru RJ45 and still keep it secured.

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  • Switching the TCP/IP-OSI Architecture to a pure OSI Architecture

    What costs would be incurred to switch the Hybrid TCP/IP-OSI Architecture a pure OSI architecture? Could it be done?

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  • PLSQL based method to capture emails from POP server

    I am using UTL_TCP package of PLSQL. I am able to connect to the POP server but I am unable to retrieve any email content. Using the UTL_TCP.available() method, I am getting the returned number of bytes as Zero inspite of their being an email. I tested the telnet commands againt the POP server &...

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  • Does the Delayed ACK feature make useless the TCP Window Size?

    Does the Delayed ACK feature make useless the TCP Window Size? First of all I performed several FTP downloads, with Wireshark tool capturing what's going on during the FTP session. I observed that for every 2nd DL FTP-DATA received from the FTP server, my WindowsXP client sent a TCP ACK. Throughout...

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  • Job 162968/QTCP/QTFTP00076

    We have several entries in our log. What is this message. Job 162968/QTCP/QTFTP00076 started on 06/07/08 at 15:00:02 in subsystem QSYSWRK in QSYS.

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  • Receive window shrinking

    Why does the size of the receive window cycle up and down and eventually fall to zero?

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  • How to capture emails with attachments from the POP server using Pl/SQL ?

    I am able to retrieve emails from POP server using UTL-TCP package of PL/SQL. I am also able to retrieve Attachment with the email, but the contents of the Attachment are displayed as some random string of characters. Can anyone tell me how can I access the contents of the Attachment in...

    Monk10 pointsBadges:

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