Tweaks for Specific Operating Systems
The following subsections discuss how to tweak IPSO's TCP/IP stack, Solaris, and Windows NT, as well as provide some changes to help the Security Servers function better.
Each of the following changes should be added to /var/etc/rc.local so they will be active across reboots. Most of these changes increase the performance of the Security Servers (which benefit from increased packet sizes) and also help general TCP/IP traffic.
ipsctl –w net:ip:tcp:sendspace 65535 # TCP/IP specific changes ipsctl –w net:ip:tcp:recvspace 65535 ipsctl –w net:ip:tcp:default_mss 1460 # Should be MTU minus 40 bytes
All ndd commands listed in this section should be added to an rc