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This value depend on what you set in socketopt Default timeout for TCP is usually are between 30-60 seconds


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If you get to the login page then it means you have done something right. You should check that you can also access the login page in https. A blank page should result in a message in /var/log/httpd/error.log It would help if you could include any such errors in the question above.


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Check this article. It seems to do a good job describing the optimization process, and it has example code (Java and C) to access / change the sizes. There's also a link to a Linux tool to determine optimum size. This other article show some things you can access using the /proc/sys file system, which is a nice source for real-time info. It shows how to use ...


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ARP packets are sent by the OS on demand -- essentially, when it needs to talk to another IP address on the same subnet and it doesn't already know that host's MAC address, it sends an ARP request. This means that rebuilding the table isn't really a well-defined process, since you don't actually know what other hosts are out there until the first time your ...


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Microsoft Network Monitor is a packet analyzer. It enables capturing, viewing, and analyzing network data and deciphering network protocols. It can be used to troubleshoot network problems and applications on the network. Simple guide how start work with this program: Press New capture. Press Start. Wait some minutes for fill the network log and then ...


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nmap is a general purpose tool for scanning networks, and can be used to do an arp scan only: nmap -PR 10.0.1.0/24 -sn The -sn disables port scanning so it only does arp requests, and -PR is the arp scan.


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There's an open source tool called arping that lets you send custom ARP requests. You can get it from your favorite OS X open source package manager, such as Homebrew or MacPorts. ARP requests are usually broadcast (because you don't know which MAC address to send them to, otherwise you wouldn't need to send one). However, they're not wildcarded; that is, ...


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Microsoft provides a TCPView tool that will give you information on TCP connections by processes. You might be able to tell which process has the most connections with the Graphical User Interface (GUI) version of the tool, but to get the numbers for connections per process, I'd recommend using the command line utility, tcpvcon, that is included in the ...


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Open a command prompt window as administrator. From there type the following command: netstat -b -a This will give you a list of all open ports and their process associated with it. If you need more information, type the following: netstat -b -a -o The -o will show the process id which you can look up in your taskmanager, processes tab, or if you ...


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In OSX Yosemite it appears to be CUBIC. In the sysctl -a output I see net.inet.tcp.newreno_sockets: 0 net.inet.tcp.cubic_sockets: 21 net.inet.tcp.use_newreno: 0 net.inet.tcp.cubic_tcp_friendliness: 0 net.inet.tcp.cubic_fast_convergence: 0 net.inet.tcp.cubic_use_minrtt: 0


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You might be able to do it with the Virtual Serial Ports Emulator from www.eterlogic.com. VSPE provides a TCP Socket to Com Port connection. It's a free app for 32 bit systems but there is a fee of $25 to run on 64 bit OS.


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I found the solution in a blogpost. Hopefully it helps someone. Basically Firefox performs a number of prefetches against CDN networks (cloudflare and other), contacts google for a malware updates and contacts it's own services for addon blocklists and other security updates. These settings can all be disabled at about:config. I tested the browser for an ...


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A Hybrid use of TCPView and Process Explorer worked for me ;) I first looked in to the process id which was using the port in TCPView. Isolated the process in Process Explorer and killed the process using Process Explorer.


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Not only is @FrankThomas right, but it would be useless even if you managed to do it: RSTs are like doors slammed in your face. They may occur because the server has not loaded a necessary module, because the socket is closed, because the server is behind a (Chinese, but not only) firewall, because there is some gross error (like machines with the same IP, ...



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