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INCREASING SPEED CONNECTION (ADSL)

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INCREASING SPEED CONNECTION (ADSL)

Post by papa_cologne on Tue Mar 18, 2008 3:24 pm

LIMIT RESERVABLE BANDWIDTH
Determines the percentage of connection bandwidth that the system can reserve. This value limits the combined bandwidth reservations of all programs running on the system. By default, the Packet Scheduler limits the system to 20 percent of the bandwidth of a connection, but you can use this setting to override the default. If you enable this setting, you can use the "Bandwidth limit" box to adjust the amount of bandwidth the system can reserve. If you disable this setting or do not configure it, the system uses the default value of 20 percent of the connection.

Important: If a bandwidth limit is set for a particular network adapter in the registry, this setting is ignored
when configuring that network adapter.

LIMIT OUTSTANDING PACKETS
Determines the percentage of connection bandwidth that the system can reserve. This value limits the combined bandwidth reservations of all programs running on the system. By default, the Packet Scheduler limits the system to 20 percent of the bandwidth of a connection, but you can use this setting to override the default. If you enable this setting, you can use the "Bandwidth limit" box to adjust the amount of bandwidth the system can reserve. If you disable this setting or do not configure it, the system uses the default value of 20 percent of the connection.

Important: If a bandwidth limit is set for a particular network adapter in the registry, this setting is ignored
when configuring that network adapter.

SET TIMER RESOLUTION
Determines the smallest unit of time that the Packet Scheduler uses when scheduling packets for transmission. The Packet Scheduler cannot schedule packets for transmission more frequently than permitted by the value of this entry. If you enable this setting, you can override the default timer resolution established for the system, usually units of 10 microseconds. If you disable this setting or do not configure it, the setting has no effect on the system.

Important: If a timer resolution is specified in the registry for a particular network adapter, then this setting
is ignored when configuring that network adapter.

THIS IS HOW YOU DO IT

1.make sure your logged on as actually "Administrator". do not log on with any account that just has administrator
privileges.
2. start - run - type gpedit.msc
3. expand the "local computer policy" branch
4. expand the "administrative templates" branch
5. expand the "network branch"
6. Highlight the "QoS Packet Scheduler" in left window
7. in right window double click the "limit reservable bandwidth" setting
8. on setting tab check the "enabled" item
9. where it says "Bandwidth limit 20%" change it to read 0% After doing this, you should immediately notice a boost in your Internet connection speed.

some machine that needs to reboot first,

This is more of a "counter what XP does" thing. In other words, XP seems to want to reserve 20% of the bandwidth for itself. Even with QoS disabled. So why not use it to your advantage. To
demonstrate the problem with this on stand alone machines start up a big download from a server with an FTP client.

Try to find a server that doesn't max out your bandwidth. In this case you want a slow to medium speed server to demonstrate this. Let it run for a couple of minutes to get stable. The start up another download from the same server with another instance of your FTP client. You will notice that the available bandwidth is now being fought over and one of the clients download will be very slow or both will slow down when they should both be using the available bandwidth. Using this "tweak" both clients will have a fair share of the bandwidth and will not fight over the bandwidth.

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Re: INCREASING SPEED CONNECTION (ADSL)

Post by linux_debian on Tue Dec 23, 2008 2:21 am

wont work on xp home

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Post by tart_force on Sun Feb 15, 2009 9:40 pm

i try it also and it does not work with me..
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