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TCP window scale option

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The TCP window scale option is an option to increase the receive window size allowed in Transmission Control Protocol above its former maximum value of 65,535 bytes. This TCP option, along with several others, is defined in IETF RFC 1323 which deals with long fat networks (LFNs).
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