Notes on Reference Citations - Version 2.71, by Dr. Herong Yang
Winsock TCP buffering behaviour
'netsh winsock show catalog - Showing Winsock 2 LSP' tutorial was cited in a StackOverflow forum post in 2011.
The "netsh winsock show catalog" - Showing Winsock 2 LSP tutorial was cited in a StackOverflow forum post in 2011.
Subject: Winsock TCP buffering behaviour Date: Sep 11, 2011 Author: selbie Source: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/7366057 /winsock-tcp-buffering-behaviour > Firstly, the environment of this issue; > > Windows XP SP3 > Exclusive use of overlapped I/O > Tx and Rx socket buffering disabled > TCP transport > Nagle disabled > I/O completion port > Wireshark used to analyze network traffic > > What I'm observing with my application is a discrepancy between > network traffic reception and my application's notification of these > events > > ... > > P.S., I've already questioned the MSDN Winsock kernel forum about > this but to no avail. > > P.P.S., It's 3am so I hope my question made atleast some sense. Best guess: Turn off the Windows Firewall or any other security product you have installed (and reboot). Also, look for any other non-Microsoft LSPs that might be installed. I've seen some weird networking issues because someone installed some 3rd party proxy and networking utils. http://www.herongyang.com /Windows/Winsock-netsh-winsock-show-catalog-LSP.html
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