Olivier Sannier wrote:
>> Here are a few ideas to get high performances:
>> 4) Enlarge winsock buffers
>> 5) Enlarge TWSocket send buffer (BufSize property) to mach actual network 
>> packet size. By default BufSize is the size of a standard ethernet packet.
> What values would you recommend for a 802.11 100Mbps network?

In my testings I had good results when enlarging the winsock buffers to 
256kB. I use this relatively large buffer size as my application has a 
rather limited amount of clients (approx. 10-20) and is running in a 
network with high round-trip-times (approx. 8ms).


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