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answered What hardware support needs to be present for USB Type-C alternate modes?
Jan
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asked Do Thunderbolt-capable USB-C ports support all DisplayPort alternate modes as well?
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answered What Wifi USB adaptors could work in __ap and station mode at once
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answered Outlook: Is it possible to warn me before I'm sending an email to the number of recipients?
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comment TCP: Maximum number of connections (client and server)
Ok, I've run some tests, and it seems that Linux doesn't allow source port reuse by default. When setting SO_REUSEADDR though, it is possible for the port to be reused! Of course, even then the connect() fails when connecting to the same host.
Jan
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comment Why use wifi channels other than 1, 6 or 11?
@DavidSchwartz - important point. The reference by Fiasco Labs seems to contain the results by Cisco you mention. See also superuser.com/questions/443178/….
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comment TCP: Maximum number of connections (client and server)
I already suspected that the practical limits are not imposed by the specs, but by the implementations - but I would like to learn those as well :)
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revised TCP: Maximum number of connections (client and server)
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