> If you don't know that they are, you don't need to worry about them. :-)
> Seriously, they are allow finer control over some of the TCP behavior.
> delacktime is related to Nagle's algorithm, and specifies how long a
> system should delay ACK'ing a packet in hopes that it can collect some
> data from ther user and piggyback it on top of the ACK packet.
This _may_ be a solution to a problem I am having with SSH on a
congested link; I don't get my characters back until I hit a bunch
of characters (it appears that they are stuck in an outbound buffer
untill then. The problem only happens on congested links with SSH,
and is somewhat random but repeatable.
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