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Thread: Fix For Slow Xdsl Internet Access

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    This tweak is also valid for all Windows versions.
    Sometimes during browsiing you can notice that it takes time to access any web page,
    and then, suddenly, your connection establishes full-speed again.
    The reason lays in amount of time it needs for tcp/ip protocol to translate
    a host name to an IP address. In order to fix this problem your xDSL modem shoud have
    an internal IP address specified in TCP/IP properties. For Win98 it would be TCP/IP bounded
    to NIC.
    In most of the cases IP address would be 192.168.1.2; subnet mask : 255.255.255.0.

    Hope it helps.
    -=By [DRN]Piroman=-

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    Or you could just fix the Time To Live in the registry.

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    NEO
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    Originally posted by lowik@14 February 2003 - 17:20
    This tweak is also valid for all Windows versions.
    Sometimes during browsiing you can notice that it takes time to access any web page,
    and then, suddenly, your connection establishes full-speed again.
    The reason lays in amount of time it needs for tcp/ip protocol to translate
    a host name to an IP address. In order to fix this problem your xDSL modem shoud have
    an internal IP address specified in TCP/IP properties. For Win98 it would be TCP/IP bounded
    to NIC.
    In most of the cases IP address would be 192.168.1.2; subnet mask : 255.255.255.0.

    Hope it helps.
    Thanks but where in the registry can you find this - and what values should you actually change away from?

    Regards
    NEO

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