What is the ACK time-out for?
The ACK time-out determines how long the program waits after receiving a packet from a file stream to determine that stream to be a complete file. Entering a number too small will cause incomplete files to be written to the disk. Under busy network conditions, entering a number too large may cause the program’s max allowable streams (100,000) to be reached, resulting in the missing of some files that are being transferred. Entering a number too large also further delays the writing of files to the disk.