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Tweak the maximum concurrent connections in Firefox ?

The "MaxConnectionsPerServer" Internet Explorer tweak has a Firefox equivalent that does not involve editing the Windows Registry. Firefox has a more reasonable value of 8 max connections per server (as opposed to 4 in IE). 8 connections is probably enough in most cases.

Still, if you want to change the number of max concurrent connections:

In the address bar, type: about:config
Look for: network.http.max-connections-per-server


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by Augusto - 2010-10-07 15:55
Firefox has now 15 max connections per server
by Philip - 2010-10-12 09:38
Problem being that some webservers may start dropping/delaying connections if they see over 10 concurrent connections from the same client IP...
by Samir - 2011-08-08 03:30
How to check how many concurrent connections are opened at the same time? is there any plugin or addons are there for Mozilla FireFox?
by anonymous - 2014-05-09 21:50
Why Firefox with 15 is still faster than Chrome with only 6 for me.
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