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    How To Tweak Vista TCP Setting's UPdate

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      How To Tweak Vista TCP Setting's UPdate

      Have updated orgional post How To Tweak Vista TCP Setting's

      B..TCP GLOBAL PARAMETERS tweaked

      To check status :- netsh int tcp show global

      RECEIVE-SIDE SCALING STATE : ENABLED
      CHIMMY OFFLOAD STATE : ENABLED
      RECEIVE WINDOW AUTO-TUNING LEVEL : DISABLED
      ADD-ON CONGESTION CONTROL PROVIDER : CTCP
      ECN CAPABILITY : ENABLED
      RFC 1323 TIMESTAMPS : DISABLED

      A. netsh int tcp set global autotuninglevel=disable
      (disable's autotuning)

      B. netsh interface tcp set global autotuninglevel=normal
      (restore the setting back to the default)

      Improve Network / or internet Speed In Vista ONLY.

      This code will turn Auto Tuning off for improved network and/or internet speed.
      (There's plenty of info on web about it)

      What does the code do?
      Well, Windows Vista comes with something called Auto Tuning, and it Auto Tunes your Internet Connection. But lately They figured out that your speed is slowing down because of this, like sucked usuage to a black hole for no reason.

      So they recommend turning Auto Tuning Off.
      By Adding this code, you are letting your Internet Connection control it self, like Windows XP did.

      I mean to get faster internet I would have to sacrifice something else.. wouldn't I?
      As described before, Vista's Auto Tuning crap made you waste some of your Internet Speed, which your internet went no where.

      Will be any later side effects?
      No there isn't, and if something goes wrong (which is unlikely) you can reverse it by adding the same code,
      but instead of typing 'disabled', type 'normal'.

      1.Click Start and type CMD.
      2.Press CTRL+SHIFT+ENTER to open the command Prompt with Administrative rights.
      3.At the prompt in the Administrator: Command Prompt window, type the following command, and then press ENTER:

      To check status :- netsh int tcp show global

      a. netsh interface tcp set global autotuninglevel=normal
      (restore the setting back to the default by typing )

      b. netsh interface tcp set global autotuninglevel=highlyrestricted
      (This will set the autotuninglevel to "Allow the receive window to grow beyond its default value,
      but do so very conservatively").

      c.netsh int tcp set global autotuninglevel=disable
      (disable's autotuning)

      ECN CAPABILITY-
      (if you have trouble accessing server's,etc, i.e gaming)
      (Restore ECN Capability state to the system default)

      netsh int tcp set global ecncapability=default
      Last edited by oldphart; 09-05-09 at 08:09 PM.


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