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TCP Window problem ( way too big... )



    When NOS ( JNOS 1.10h ) talks to my OS/2 NNTP client, the nntp client
uses a TCP Window of 20K - 50K. I read some where that the TCP Window
was the size of the buffer that could be used to store data before the
system needed to stop and process the data. i.e. if the system says it
has a TCP Window of 50K, it means that when you talk to that system, you 
can send 50K of data before you need an ACK.
    Anyway...  when I've got 50K of NNTP data to send to the NNTP client, 
and the client uses a 50K TCP Window...  all of NOSs available memory (50K 
in this exampel) gets used until the Coreleft() value is 0 and the system 
stops doing anything.  Is there a setting ( or code fix ) that will use
MIN(remote tcp window size, our tcp window size) for the TCP Window in the
tcp data transfer? Thanks.

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