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SubjectRe: Kernel tuning for high latency satellite link??
It should do OK by default, but you might want to read RFC 3150 for some 
ideas for things to do to help.

Andrew

--On Saturday, 1 March 2003 10:58 a.m. -0500 Stephen Corey
<s_corey@netzero.com> wrote:

> Do I need to tune the linux kernel (2.4.18-3) for high latency
> connections? I'm installing a linux box on a satellite link (~800 ms
> roundtrip latency). Will the kernel *automatically* change anything
> based on latency, to hurt my throughput performance??
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