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Does data size in TCP/UDP make a difference on transmission time

While discussing the development of a network component for our game engine, a member of our team suggested that transmitting either 500 bytes or 1k of data using UDP makes no difference from ...
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Server distribution for high performance

I've developed a Socket Application on top of TCP in .NET C#, which allows many clients to send files from one another via a VPS I'm using. Most file transfers will occur between people in the same ...
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Sockets intricacies in TCP and UDP

I am quite familiar with TCP and UDP. I understand the process by which TCP establishes connections and other theoretical facts about TCP but when reading up about TCP hole punching for NAT ...
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Setting source IP with posix sockets

Is it possible for an application to request a socket (tcp) and have it set the source address without using raw sockets? (the addresses would be bound to the interfaces. [no spoofing]). This would be ...
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tcp retransmission queue

I'm trying to understand how tcp retransmission queue works so I can implement it in my application that uses TCAP over SCTP. What I understood from the TCP queue is that every message is saved in ...
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Is TCP/IP an OSI Replacement or both are inter-dependent and meant to work together

I'm confused in differentiating the OSI Model and TCP/IP suite. As per my knowledge. OSI is a structure on top of which Networks are built and TCP/IP is the suite of protocols that operate on these 7 ...