RFC compliance

by Future » Tue, 14 Apr 2009 06:14:32 GMT


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 Hello the experts,
Is there anywhere I could find out if/how RFCs are supported by
current Android kernel?
e.g, per RFC 2582 , how the TCP receiving window size is configured?

Thanks!
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