The Transport Control Protocol (TCP) is a low-level part of the protocol stack used by the Internet. It sits directly above the IP layer and is responsible for making sure that dropped packets are resent.

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Read and parse XML input via TCP [closed]

I'm setting up something where I'll need to be able to setup a service that accepts input on a TCP port and then parses the XML provided and extracts the necessary data, then posts that to Google's ...
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configure allowed_tcp_congestion_control via config files in linux kernel

I am trying to come up with a custom set of TCP congestion control variants as part of the tcp_allowed_congestion_control. I do have multiple variants on my tcp_available_congestion_control list but ...
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Is Port 13330 a standard-port?

I saw some programs using the port 13330. What is the meaning of this port? Is this port used by a special program?
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Can we Bring Up eth1 after removing e1000e modules?

I am trying to setup TCP in RTnet. I am not sure whether its possible. I read that RTnet is not supporting TCP. Is that so? So now I am trying to setup rteth0 as server and eth1 as client. To setup ...
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Transfer a TCP connection from one Linux box to another behind NAT?

While experiencing an extremely slow download rate on one of my HTTP connections, I thought it'd be nice if I could just transfer the connection from my PC to an energy-saving home server that shares ...
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ssh will sporadically hang temporarily on fast connection

I am using Ubuntu 13.04 on my laptop, connected to my router at home. When working from home, I will ssh into the servers on campus, through a vpn, with X11 forwarding. ssh -X ...
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Checking if I can reach some ports from my computer

Is there a terminal command or something on OSX that I can use to test if I can reach some ports on a remote server? I know these ports are reachable on that server, because I can access them from ...
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How does the server find out what client port to send to?

As I understand it this is what happens when a client makes a connection request: The server will be bound to a particular port number. The port number is always bound to a listening process. Since ...
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How to check whether firewall opened for a port but not listening on the port

We will be deploying a new application to a Server and the application will be listening on port 8443. We have asked Network team to open the firewall for the port 8443 on that server before deploying ...
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How to connect to port immedeately, avoiding socket_bind(): unable to bind address?

When running a code that is supposed to read from a TCP/IP port I often get the following message (depending exactly what language have been used): socket_bind(): unable to bind address I know that ...
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Killing tcp connection in linux

I have some dead connection in one application which is in hanged state if client machine is dead. ->192.168.1.214:49029 (ESTABLISHED) Is there a way to terminate these option from linux ...
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How to display TCP handshake in Linux [closed]

Hi is there a way to display TCP handshake in Linux? Like for example this WIKI - TCP handshake Not exactly like the illustration but at least it would show client has sent SYN, ACK, FIN etc and the ...
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What are the other congestion control algorithms specially designed for lossy Wireless Networks like LTE and WiMax?

I am trying different congestion control algorithms for getting maximum throughput and minimum delay across my setup for TCP flow.Please suggest other available algorithms apart from Veno, ...
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Using Wireshark on Linux to observe coupled HTTP-request and HTTP-respond

I use Wireshark on Linux to observe my HTTP traffic. Other programms like Firefox Live Http Headers show coupled http-request from my browser and http-respond from any server. How using programs like ...
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How to run Different congestion control algorithms in FEDORA 17 ..?

Earlier versions of Fedora has different loadable kernel modules which includes diffrent congestion control algorithms etc at (/lib/modules/"kernel-name"/kernel/ipv4).These are present in the form of ...
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Enforce strict outbound ports (or ranges) for protocol

Is it possible to narrow the allowed range of outbound ports that can be used for a specific protocol (e.g. HTTP(S))? I understand that, by default, the system will randomly allocate any available ...
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Why does it take up to several minutes to clean a listening TCP port after a program dies?

If I kill a program that is listening on a TCP port, it takes up to several minutes until the port is reclaimed by the system and usable again. I've seen several Q/A mentioning this phenomenon, but ...
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rsh runs perfectly in normal user but not in root, very strange, why?

When I run command, rsh localhost pwd as a root It shows below output. connect to address 127.0.0.1 port 544: Connection refused Trying krb4 rsh... connect to address 127.0.0.1 port 544: Connection ...
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Why can't I use strace with rsh?

If I run rsh, it works, but prints some strange “Connection refused” messages at the beginning: $ rsh localhost pwd connect to address 127.0.0.1 port 544: Connection refused Trying krb4 rsh... ...
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Why isn't hydra being disconnected?

I have SSHD running on port 5800 on some machine. (It is a my machine at home.) If I run this manually in a terminal: # ssh someIP -p 5800 The connection is lost because I am disconnected after 3 ...
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Why TCP TIME-WAIT State is present at both ends after a connection termination?

I am reading how the TCP states work and especially the connection termination part. All of the books or online material I read, shows that for the termination procedure these states are followed ...
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Getting current TCP connection count on a system

Instead of doing wc -l /proc/net/tcp, is there a faster way of doing it? I just need a total count of tcp connections.
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Ephemeral port : What is it and what does it do?

I suddenly came across the term "ephemeral port" in a Linux article that I was reading, but the author did not mention what it is. What is an ephemeral port in UNIX?
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Browser fails to reach any host on Solaris 8

I'm running Solaris 8 on a Sun Ultra 2 connected to a Verizon router. nslookup seems to work (it finds google.com) but the existing browser (Netscape 4.76 - yes - it's very old) fails to reach any web ...
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Linux Shell Script - Send command over TCP to Sharp Aquos

I'm writing a shell script that needs to send an 8 character string terminated with a x0d to a Sharp Aquos TV. An example is 'POWR1 \x0d' (POWR1 followed by three spaces and LF) The documentation ...
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Default value for SO_RCVTIMEO option on Solaris

Is there any way to find out what is the default value set for option SO_RCVTIMEO on Solaris 10? If there is a way to find out how would one go about changing it? P.S. I am aware of ability of ...
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Port forwarding and masquerading

What is the relationship between port-forwarding and masquerading? If server A is configured to masquerade its clients, and client B accesses the Internet through server A, then since client B is ...
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Is it more dangerous to connect to the net as root?

If I make some kind of tcp connection to the net as root, is that less safe then making the same tcp connection as a normal user? I have been suspecting for a while that by making a connection as ...
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How to send an email to myself on the same local machine (tcp port 25)

Does anyone know how to sent email to myself? I am trying to generate TCP traffic on port 25.
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Running a local port scan and found open ports but, don't know what they're used for?

I wrote a very basic python script to port scan my system. I'm running linux-mint lisa: open_ports = [] for port in xrange(65536): conn = socket.socket(socket.AF_INET, socket.SOCK_STREAM) ...
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What process is sending TCP SYNs on Solaris 10?

Some process on my Solaris 10 machine is sending TCP SYNs to a remote machine. The remote machine never responds, so the connection is not established. How do I find out what process is initiating ...
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Is there a faster interface for info from /proc/net/tcp?

Given a linux TCP socket's inode (obtained via /proc/<pid>/fd), is there a faster way to look up the information that I can get from /proc/net/tcp about this socket? I have written a ...
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Meaning of log entries from an iptables configuration

My router has Linux as its OS. The system log has a lot of rows about iptable and klogd that I don't understand, could someone explain them to me? The iptables setup: iptables -t nat -A PREROUTING ...
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No ports can be found using port scan

Problem: I have a laptop and a server (Home-Server) with fc17. They are both using the desktop environment. I am trying to set up a VNC server on Home-Server so that I can set everything up without ...
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How do I ensure outbound TCP/IP traffic always uses a VPN, even when using Wifi?

I'd like to ensure that my VPN is started and running, before any TCP traffic from any of my background services send or receive data. How can I guarantee that this is the case? How do I handle ...
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Adjusting rsync TCP timeout

I'm using rsync in my own C++ program by issueing the command system("rsync -rauzvq root@host:/folder"); I use this for keeping multiple systems in sync. Now I have the problem that when a remote ...
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TCP dies on a Linux laptop

Once in several days I have the following problem. My laptop (Debian testing) suddenly becomes unable to work with TCP connections to the internet. The following things continue working fine: UDP ...
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Fast way to copy a large file on a LAN

I am having some trouble with NFS, and I'd like to try using just plain old TCP. I have no idea where to begin, though. Hardware-wise, I am using an ethernet crossover cable to network two netbooks. ...
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Closing socket connection on running console application

I am testing a chat bot and want to gracefully handle for times when the chat server isn't running so it can come back up when the service is available again. I have the programming handled. My ...
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Memory ussage for TCP or named pipe message buffers?

I have a group of programs that I was stress testing today. I drastically shot up the input load to the program and it worked at first, but I had an apparent memory leak sucking up memory. The only ...
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Socksifying a qemu-kvm using tsocks

I'm trying to socksify a qemu-kvm using tsocks, but I have no success. I don't know if qemu access directly the hardware, skipping the OS or something like that, but I wasn't able to do this feat. ...
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What is the relation between DISPLAY :1.0 and port 5901

When I start a new X server using vncserver I can connect it using port 5901. From, say, a terminal, I can also do a: export DISPLAY=:1.0 xterm (it's just an example) And I get an xterm on the ...
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Books/Resources which explain TCP/IP kernel implementation [closed]

I only know about: 1) Internetworking with TCP/IP: Vol.II, Design, Implementation, and Internals 2) TCP/IP Illustrated, Vol. 2: The Implementation but these are quite dated. I am particularly ...
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Run nmap via Tor

Is it possible to runnmap via Tor? When I googled around, I got the impression that Tor uses Polipo / Privoxy, which are socks5 proxies. So any TCP / UDP aware applications should be able to use them ...
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How to measure the time when a packet arrives?

When the packet arrives the NIC generates an interrupt and the kernel then takes over. I want to measure the time at which a packet of a particular TCP flow arrives. How do I do this in Linux? This ...
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Why does this simple Perl client not work?

I am fairly new to IPC with sockets and expect this issue is a simple one to resolve. I'm trying to understand why I cannot get this example script from perldoc perlipc to run on my Ubuntu setup: ...
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Linux Networking routing to virtual ip addresses from a different subnet

New to linux networking, had a question about routing to virtual ip addresses from a different subnet. I have three servers (they can all ping each other): A 10.10.51.182 (connected to router ...
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How can I know the process name which is opening a tcp port?

I have two linux servers. Let's say they are C and S. C is client of S On my S machine, I type. $ netstat -an | grep ESTABLISHED tcp 0 0 192.168.1.220:3306 C:57010 ...
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Why my Http Proxy doesn't reply [SYN,ACK] after received a [SYN] packet from the client?

I have a http proxy running on Linux (RHEL 5.5), intermittently it doesn't reply [SYN,ACK] packet after received a [SYN] packet from the client. This issue can be recovered by restarting the proxy. I ...
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Kill TIME_WAIT sockets immediately?

Is there anyway to kill those TIME_WAIT sockets immediately ? e.g output of netstat: tcp 0 0 127.0.0.1:8080 127.0.0.1:41500 TIME_WAIT - tcp 0 ...