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

Testing I have done shows it will probably NOT be ok by default, especially
if you have any significant bandwidth on your satellite link. I would suggest
increasing the tcp_[rw]mem buffers at least.

Ben

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