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From: Manikantan Ramadas (
Date: 11/01/01

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    Date: Thu, 1 Nov 2001 22:18:45 -0500 (EST)
    Subject: Re: (no subject)
    From: "Manikantan Ramadas" <>


      TCP receiver window is a state variable maintained by TCP that is based on
    the amount of buffer space TCP has, available for the network connection
    between your machine and the machine to which you are connecting to.

      You can't download it any where to improve your network connection band
    width. :-)

      I suggest you read up on TCP from an excellent book on this topic, if you
    want to understand TCP better.

      TCP/IP Illustrated, Volume I by W.Richard Stevens. or

      the RFC 793.


    > What is a "tcp receiver window," and where do I find it to download a
    > fix for my computer connection?

    Robustness Principle :
    "Be liberal in what you accept and conservative in what you send"    - Jon

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