How TCP Works - Bytes in Flight
Whenever I am troubleshooting throughput problems - especially in slow file transfers - the bytes in flight measurement in Wireshark usually helps to save the day.
This is a custom column that I have added to my TCP Troubleshooting profiles and it always comes in handy.
But how can I leverage it in troubleshooting? What does it really mean? And on what side of the connection should I capture?
We will answer those questions in this video:
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