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How to automate a change of NetBIOS settings in properties of a network connection in Windows

June 4, 2015 2 comments

NetBIOS and LLMNR protocols is a really bad legacy in Windows (from security perspective). They should be disabled in all networks where DNS is sufficient means of name resolution.

There are three options:
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TCP throughput vs. Delay and Window Size

March 2, 2015 Leave a comment

TCP throughput (bits per second) = Window Size (bits) / Latency (seconds)

Optimal TCP Window Size (bits) = Bandwidth (bits per second) * RTT latency (seconds)

Maximum RTT latency for desired throughput = Window size (bits) / Desired throughput (bits per second)

some good explanations can be found here

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