Configure the Winsock Buffer Size (pcAnywhere) (All Windows) Popular
Use this registry item to set the size in bytes of TCP's Winsock buffer. Using a large value may increase the throughput of connections where the delay is large in relation to the bandwidth. This includes Internet, ISDN, RAS, dial-up networking, WAN and satellite connections.
For example, if the delay between two end points is 500 msec (.5 sec), the default throughput will be limited to 8K / .5 sec = 16K/sec. By increasing the value to its maximum setting, the theoretical throughput will be 65535 / .5 sec = 128K/sec.
Value Name: TCPIPWSDataBuf
Data Type: REG_DWORD (DWORD Value)
Value Data: 1 - 65535 (Default = 8000)
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Last modified: March 1, 1999
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