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Windows Vista TCP/IP promises and perils

Posted on Monday, December 18 2006 @ 05:17:24 CET by


Network Performance Daily discusses the promises and perils of Windows Vista's TCP/IP:
We spent some time poring over a document from Microsoft’s Research Asia (the guys who designed the Compound TCP/IP [CTCP] algorithm) and it details how the algorithm works. It doesn’t detail how Microsoft has implemented the algorithm – there are alpha, beta, and gamma values that are tweakable, but it doesn’t go into how Microsoft has tweaked them. It looks like this was a document just to prove that CTCP was feasible and ready to be included in Vista..
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