Good Morning, My name is Brian Wilson and I am currently studying computer science honours at the University of the Witwatersrand in Johannesburg South Africa. As part of our honours course we have to conduct some small scale research projects.
A number of us are in the position of having to use your FreeBSD product. We are however having some difficulties in finding out whether or not it is actually the correct product to be using and we have been unable to find the necessary information in our numerous searches of the Interent. We have to run tests on different versions of TCP, to measure performance issues and the like. What I would like to know from you is the following : 1) Which versions of TCP does the FreeBSD 4.9 distribution support and implement -- we need to use TCP Reno, NewReno, Tahoe, SACK and T/TCP in our experiments. 2) How exactly do we change the installation of FreeBSD to enable each of these TCP types -- if you tell us where to look and what we need to change it would be great Essentially, what we need your help for is to find out exactly which versions of TCP FreeBSD 4.9 is capable of using (seding and receiving) as well as how to implement each of them separately. If you could tell us what to do or at least where to look to find this informaiton, it would be greatly appreciated. Thank you Brian Wilson CS Honours 2004 Wits University --- _______________________________________________ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"