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in linux, is very easy to troubleshoot a remote connection problem because netstat show the send-q and recv-q. This is very useful because we can know if the remote peer is reading the server send buffer or not.

But in windows netstat don't show those values, is there any way to get this in windows?

I need send per established connection (like linux)

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Someone asked the same thing on SO‌​, there's an answer, maybe it'll help. – Steve Kehlet Sep 20 '12 at 22:11

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