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TCP Optimizer for OS X?

Does anyone know of a utility similar to SpeedGuide.net's TCP Optimizer or some other way to accomplish the same thing on Mac OS X (preferably with Snow Leopard)?
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Mac OS X TCP/IP fingerprint obfuscator

For several reasons, I need to either prevent my OS X machine from showing up as an OS X machine in TCP/IP fingerprinting, or make it show up as, say, a Linux machine. Is there an OS X program out ...
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Mounting an NFS share with udp or mntudp options

According to the documentation of NFS client on Mac OS X 10.7 user can specify following options: udp Use UDP transport protocol. and mntudp Force the mount protocol to use UDP transport, ...
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What to you use as a “fuser -v -n tcp” alternative on Mac OS X

The fuser command on Mac OS X is rather primitive and can't check for processes listening on a specific port. Does anybody know a good alternative? It it enough to know which process listening on that ...
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Access Windows from Mac via Remote Dekstop Connection using hostname

I'm using Snow Leopard with Remote Desktop Connection attempting to access a Windows XP machine on a home network. If I specify the Windows PC's hostname it won't connect. Only by specifying the IP ...
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How to enable “packet forwarding” in OS X

How is it possible to enable packet forwarding in Mac OS X? Google gives me tons of hints for Windows and Linux but not for OS X.
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How do I see which processes have open TCP/IP ports in Mac OS X?

How do I see which processes have open TCP/IP ports in Mac OS X?
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Why does MacOSX try to resolve zero padded IP addresses as host names?

This one caused a friend some headache when setting up a switched internet connection which had zero padded IP addresses in the configuration paper like so: 192.168.019.254 No matter how he tried to ...