Adjusted TCP Window Size on IPERF/JPERF but unable to verify w/ Wireshark
I recently downloaded JPERF to better understand how throughput is affected by changing Buffer length and TCP window size values.
I installed JPERF on two machines with one running as a server and the other as a client. On both the client and the server, the buffer length and TCP window size have been set to 1 Kilobit. Needless to say, the throughput was pretty bad given that the NICs of these two hosts were capable of 100Mbps.
Give the settings above, JPERF was able to report a low throughput of 30 to 40 Kbits/sec from the client to the server.
At the same time I ran this test, I also turned on Wireshark to sniff the traffic. Even though I configured JPERF w/ a TCP window size of 1 KBits on both the client and the server, I was not able see a reflection of this value in my packet captures...particularly in the TCP header, Window Size field.
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