Use of TCP Optimiser

  Halmer 22:47 07 Jan 2006
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Seems to suggest quite a few changes to my internet connection settings but obviously I'm in the 'if it aint broke don't fix it' mode with my new PC at the moment.

Has anyone used this to any great effect?

  Diodorus Siculus 22:56 07 Jan 2006

New PC? XP? Then set a restore point and give it a go!

  Halmer 22:58 07 Jan 2006

.....and I'll probably end up messing with my new PC until 3 o'clock in the morning when I've lost my internet con!

  rmcqua 23:14 07 Jan 2006

Are you trying to use it with a dial-up or broadband connection?
If broadband, I have fiddled for hours with various "suggested" settings, without the slightest perceivable change in download performance. But, if you have nothing else to do this evening then take Diodorus Siculus' caution and enjoy fiddling !

  Stuartli 23:37 07 Jan 2006

See my postings about DrTCP in this thread:

click here

After Tiscali's "Service Enhancements" at the back end of October I eventually had to drop from 2MB to 1MB.

Speeds were still dreadful but using DrTCP has got the 1MB to a regular 1.25MB...:-)

  Stuartli 23:38 07 Jan 2006

Note the original settings before using DrTCP - your can always revert back to them if necsssary.

  Halmer 09:53 08 Jan 2006

I'll give it a go and no doubt have to come back here if it all goes wrong. If I back up first tho' via TCP I should be fine.

  Halmer 10:17 08 Jan 2006

and the little slide adjuster seems to indicate that it's faster!!!


Seems no different to me!

  Halmer 10:18 08 Jan 2006

greem tick it.

  Stuartli 10:36 08 Jan 2006

You'll probably notice the difference more when downloading files or software.

  Halmer 10:43 08 Jan 2006

but nothing happened.

Maybe the Optimiser has knackered my green tickability thingy.

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