TTM Network Administration Documentation
- What’s New In This Release
- TTM Overview
- Unicast And Multicast Network Communication
- Network Setup And Configuration
- Installing And Upgrading TTM And Guardian
- TTM Daemon
TTM Remote Host Daemon And Remote Clients
- Introduction to the TTM Remote Host Daemon
- Remote Mode: Pros and Cons
- Remote Mode Operations
- Network Considerations when Deploying the Remote Host Daemon
- Configuring a Remote Host Daemon
- Configuring the Remote Client
- Compressing Data
- Manually Configuring TCP Window Size
- Testing the Remote Connection
- Remote Host Daemon Failover (Disaster Recovery)
- Advanced Topics
- Maintenance And Troubleshooting
- Ttmd.cfg File Reference
TT utilizes link-to-link compression to minimize the quantity of bandwidth that TTM uses when sending data over the network. Compressing data before sending it over the network can save substantial amounts of bandwidth and speed up messaging transfer times.
TT uses the zlib library in its compression algorithm. For further details on this library and its copyrights, visit http://www.zlib.net/http://www.zlib.net/.
When TTM Compresses Data
You can configure TTM to compress all data sent via TCP/IP between:
- TTM Router daemons (WAN Routers - refer to the TTM 4.2.x TTM Administration Manual)
- Remote mode clients and their Host Daemon
To determine whether it compresses data, the TTM daemon reads its relevant configuration file:
- TTM Daemon reads ttmd.cfg to determine whether it compresses data it sends to the remote application.
- TTM Router Daemon reads ttmrd.cfg to determine whether it compresses data it sends to a peer Router Daemon (i.e., in WAN Routing environments).
Remote Mode Compression
By default, Remote Hosts and Remote Host Clients are configured to compress data. To disable compression refer to Compressing Data.