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  1. Consider a TCP connection between two machines (A and B) in an environment with 0% packet loss. Assume the round trip time (RTT) between the two machines is 4 [seconds], and the segment size is 3 [Kbytes]. The bandwidth of the connection is 500 [kbps]. What is the maximum possible TCP window size for which there will be no stalling?(We say a TCP connection experiences no stalling if the acknowledgments arrive back to the sender before the sliding window over the send buffer close to zero. I.e., TCP packets are continuously, back-to-back, sent out of the sender before the first ack arrives back.)

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In explanation they mention that question framing is wrong and has to be mentioned as minimum possible window size.. Can this be possible … plz explain me how to solve this problem if it is correct….

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