13.37 TCP Optimization - high performance TCP options?
Task requires us to:
- Avoid the TCP "silly window syndrome"
- enable high-performance TCP options
- Set the TCP window size to twice the standard 16 bit maximum value
- Limit the wait time for a TCP SYN response to minimum
- Enable the feature to avoiding fragmentation with TCP sessions
- Hold no more than 16 packets in outgoing TCP queue
SG specifies below config without further explanation: (It just asks us to read RFC 1323 for TCP Extension for High Performance)
ip tcp ecn
ip tcp selective-ack
ip tcp timestamp
ip tcp window-size 131070
ip tcp synwait-time 5
ip tcp path-mtu-discovery
ip tcp queuemax 16
Can someone tell me which specific commands are used to "enable high-performance TCP options"?
Is it the one in bold? Or all of them are considered extension for TCP high-performance?
I read this http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/TCP_tuning#TCP_Options_for_High_Performance and my conclusion is all of them are actually part of TCP Options for High-Performance.