Does anyone know the details as to the differences between the TCP/IP stack in Windows Server 2008 (Standard) vs Windows 7 Ultimate?
This question pertains to TCP/IP ONLY.
I know that Windows 7 and Server 2008 have a unified driver model -- so the driver portion of the TCP/IP stack is, theoretically the same.
On precisely the same hardware, supporting a heavily loaded TCP/IP app, will the Server 2008 TCP/IP stack offer any advantages over a out of the box Windows 7 Ultimate box?
I have heard many (vauge) insinuations as to advantages of the server's stack, but have never seen anything concrete like: Server supports a XYZ megabyte flux capacitor buffer, while Windows 7 only supports a 2 mb flux capacitor buffer...
A link to a tech doc or site outlining the differences would be awesome.