I recently stumbled upon a patch that was available on the MS website that wasn't on windows update. I was puzzled that a critical update wasn't on windows update, so I read further. It's a tcp file that may or may help your bandwidth...so being the tweak freak that I am...I installed the sucker on my computer at work. The company DSL originally was capped at 80K or so...now I can dl at 130+ K!!!!! My co-workers home dsl went from 20k upto 28k. My cable at home went nutz....lately i got got 500-600k but I have gotten 700+k sustained before....I installed the thing on mine to try it...how does 1.25 megaBYTES sound???? My upload improved too..it was floating around 13-20k max...i just did 40 right now.... I hope this works wonders for you and the fellow hardocpers. [break] De patch blijkt bedoeld te zijn voor high latency connecties, zoals bijvoorbeeld satelliet verbinding. HardOCP kreeg zowel positieve als negatieve feedback: [/break] The MS TCP/IP patch was taken down yesterday or the server went in the toilet, dunno which. Anyway, we had a tremendous amount of GOOD and BAD heads ups from both sides. Bottom line is that it is gonna be up to you finding out if it helps you out. Our bud Toby from over at the BXB did give us a tip that you might want to listen to before you do this. Thanks Toby!!!
That thing is meant for exceptionally high latency connections, specifically satellite connections and some slow one-way cable modems. It screws up dial up and dsl. (THIS IS HIS OPINION and NOT Concurrent with ALL our feedback) If anyone wants to insist on trying it, just be sure to back up the VTCP.386 file first... that's the only thing it replaces.
En nu we toch met HardOCP bezig zijn: Hans stuurde ook een link naar deze omgebouwde HX08: