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Increase RWIN on Solaris

Posted on 2011-03-07
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Hi Solaris/UNIX experts,

How could you increase the RWIN (the tcp window size) in Solaris please?

Thanks a lot,
Ed
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The TCP/IP stack in Solaris 10 has been largely rewritten from previous versions, which version of Solaris you talking about?
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