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net.inet.tcp.recvspace disappeared?
Authored by: hulleye on Nov 19, '01 04:15:20AM

wondering if someone can help me with this. i currently access my local network through a router hooked up to the cable modem. the router serves both BootP and DHCP connections, and i'd initially setup to connect through a BootP server. i initially changed the tcp recieve window size succesfully using the hint above. later, i changed my network settings to connect through a DHCP server, and decided to check whether the tcp receive window size had been altered.

i was rather surprised to find that i no longer have the option to change net.inet.tcprecvspace, since it's not even listed in the sysctl man page anymore (it was there when i was connecting through the BootP server).

anyone know if you can change the tcp receive space in DHCP connections or ami just doing something stupid?



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