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"Some of the Best Broadband Speed Tweaks on the Net"
We cover Broadband Internet connections, network security, wireless and system performance. A large section of SG focuses on Cable Modems and DSL technology, stressing on improving TCP/IP performance over high speed/latency networks. Some of the more popular SG network tools are listed below:
Apple's AI will work without an Internet connection
2024-04-22 15:37 EST by Daniela

Apple is reported to be developing its own large language model (LLM) to power on-device generative artificial intelligence (AI) features for its new iPhone series.It is possible that Apple's AI model will run entirely on-device, according to Bloomberg. Unlike other AI-driven tools that heavily rely on cloud computing, Apple's latest update with iOS 18 will run its AI suite directly from your... »

Tesla recalls new Cybertrucks over accelerator hazard
2024-04-19 15:29 EST by Daniela

Tesla is recalling all 3,878 Cybertrucks that it has shipped to date, due to a problem where the accelerator pedal can get stuck, putting drivers at risk of a crash, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.A pad on top of the Cybertruck's accelerator pedal could come loose and get trapped in the interior trim causing unintended acceleration, a Tesla filing with the... »

Comcast rolls out 'Now' prepaid phone and internet plans
2024-04-18 17:45 EST by Daniela

Comcast announced today that it's expanding its "Now" branding to include two prepaid services: Now Internet and Now Mobile. Of the two, the mobile plan appears to be genuinely new, as it's a prepaid cellular option that offers unlimited 5G data, talk, and text for $25 a month per line. The mobile plan also has free access to the company‚Äôs Xfinity Wi-Fi hotspots."Consumers have told us they... »

Logitech adds ChatGPT button to hardware
2024-04-17 16:27 EST by Daniela

Logitech announced today that it's launching a new tool called Logi AI Prompt Builder, which incorporates ChatGPT into the Logi Options+ app. This allows users to more readily access ChatGPT's AI functions as part of their workflow. In addition, Logitech is launching a new mouse: The Signature AI Edition Mouse, which has its own AI prompt button.Logitech plans to launch the Signature AI Edition... »

Boston Dynamics retires its hydraulic humanoid robot Atlas
2024-04-16 15:47 EST by Daniela

Boston Dynamics is retiring Atlas, the most famous bipedal robot in existence, according to a new video published on the robotics company's YouTube page. Boston Dynamics' farewell to Atlas doesn't just show some of the cool things the robot can do. It's a bit of a blooper reel as well. Along with hurling a toolbag and leaping between platforms, Atlas slips, trips and falls a bunch of times in the... »


CC&C WX-9582S Wireless Router
AX1800 Wireless Router

WX-9582S is a mini AX1800 router using the MT7621A+MT7915D+MT7975D MediaTek chip which supports 573+1201Mbps PHY rate.

It fully complies with IEEE 802.11ax and is backward compatible with IEEE 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac standards, offering feature-rich wireless connectivity.

The router has 4 Gigabit Ethernet ports - 1 for WAN and 3 for LAN.

MU-MIMO TX/RX, MU-OFDMA TX/RX, Beamforming, WMM and WMM... »

Asus TUF Gaming AX4200 Wireless Router
AX4200 Dual Band WiFi 6 Gaming Router

TUF Gaming AX4200 is designed to give you stable and fast wireless and wired connections in device-dense environments. It's a router that benefits all your devices, from laptops, smartphones, and game consoles right down to all the IoT devices in your home.

Enjoy speeds up to 4200 Mbps and 4X network efficiency with OFDMA and 160 MHz channels.

True Multi-Gigabit wired speeds - Aggregated 2... »

Aztech DSL5028EN DSL Wireless Router
ADSL2+ Wireless-N Router with USB Host

Completely designed for ADSL connectivity, the Aztech DSL5028EN series is capable of supporting both ADSL2 and ADSL2+ internet connections, allowing these devices to be a commendable companion for ADSL subscribers.

Exclusively designed for ADSL connectivity, the DSL5028EN series is comprised of two variants each capable of providing distinguished wireless speeds that would instantaneously fit... »

Asus RT-AX57 Wireless Router
AX3000 Dual Band WiFi 6 Router

RT-AX57 supports 1024-QAM for faster wireless connections. With a total networking speed of about 3000Mbps - 574 Mbps on the 2.4GHz band and 2402 Mbps on the 5GHz band. WiFi 6 (802.11ax) is engineered to cope with multiple devices, providing up to 4X greater network capacity and efficiency.

Supporting not only MU-MIMO but also OFDMA technique to efficiently allocate channels, communicating... »

Netgear RAX36S Wireless Router
AX3000 Nighthawk AX4 4-Stream Dual-Band WiFi 6 Router

Get blazing-fast WiFi 6 speeds up to 3Gbps so you can connect, stream, and download faster to newer mobile devices. Ideal for up to 1Gbps internet speeds, you'll experience superior performance for concurrent real-time applications such as multi-media streaming, online gaming, and audio/video chats.

Plus get multi-layered advanced cyber threat protection with NETGEAR Armor with a 1-year... »

Asus RT-AX57 Go Travel Router
802.11ax AX3000 Dual Band WiFi 6 Travel Router

RT-AX57 Go provides tri-mode connectivity for travel, work and home with 4G/5G mobile tethering, a private hotspot over public WiFi (WISP mode), and router mode.

WiFi 6 with 160 MHz channel increases network capacity to support up to 70 devices, with speeds of up to 3,000 Mbps.

The RT-AX57 Go supports a wide range of the latest popular VPN protocols, including WireGuard and OpenVPN. With... »


Windows 7, Vista, 2008 Tweaks
by Philip (155 comments)

Windows 7 TweaksWindows Vista introduces a number of new features to the TCP/IP stack, including CTCP, and TCP Window Auto-Tuning. This new implementation works much better by default than previous Windows versions with broadband internet connections, and is able to adjust the RWIN value on the fly, depending on the BDP (bandwidth-delay product). This, however, introduces some problems with older routers and restricts the user from tweaking some of the TCP/IP parameters. Still, there is always some room for... »

Windows 10 TCP/IP Tweaks
by Philip (46 comments)

Windows 10 TweaksThe TCP/IP speed tweaks below work with Windows 8, 10, 2012/2019 Server. The Windows 8/10 TCP/IP implementation shares many traits with earlier Windows versions, however, there are many subtle differences and updates, new syntax for applying tweaks using PowerShell cmdlets, and some new settings. Windows 10 generally works well by default for many broadband connections, yet there is always some room for improvement and we will try to cover all relevant settings and their effect on your... »

How To Crack WEP and WPA Wireless Networks
by Philip (95 comments)

Introduction With the popularity of wireless networks and mobile computing, an overall understanding of common security issues has become not only relevant, but very necessary for both home/SOHO users and IT professionals alike. This article is aimed at illustrating current security flaws in WEP/WPA/WPA2. Successfully cracking a wireless network assumes some basic familiarity with networking principles and terminology, as well as working with command-line tools. A basic familiarity... »

How to set a Wireless Router as an Access Point
by Philip (236 comments)

ipconfigI've often found it useful to get just the wireless functionality out of a WiFi router and reuse it as an access point. Wireless routers seem more common, and are often priced even lower than wireless access points. Adding an access point to a wired network already in place, or to one where the main NAT router is provided by the ISP is usually the easiest solution. However, introducing a second NAT router on the network is not a good idea, especially without some tweaking to set it up... »

Gaming Tweaks
by Philip (58 comments)

Online Gaming can often benefit from some fine-tuning of Windows TCP/IP settings and the Network Adapter properties. This article is intended to supplement our general broadband tweaks and list only TCP/IP settings that are specific to online gaming and reducing network latency. Some of these settings are also mentioned in our general tweaking articles, however, the emphasis here is on latency rather than throughput, and we have complemented the tweaks with more gaming-specific recommendations... »

Windows Vista tcpip.sys connection limit patch for Event ID 4226
by Philip (19 comments)

Microsoft enforces a limit on half-open TCP/IP connections that is hard-coded in tcpip.sys. The maximum simultaneous half-open (incomplete) outbound TCP connection attempts per second that the system can make is intended to limit the spread of malicious viruses and worms, as well as limit the possibility of launching a DDoS attack. However, it has proven to also limit some applications using many TCP connections, such as P2P and P2PTV programs.When the OS reaches the half-open connection limit,... »

How to Stop Denial of Service (DoS) Attacks
by Philip

DDoSDenial of Service (DoS) attacks are very common on the Internet these days, and they can make your online experience miserable. In some cases of Distributed Denial of Service Attacks (DDoS), they can bring down websites, or cripple entire networks in a matter of minutes, preventing connectivity for many customers. There are different types of DoS attacks, and we've tried to explain the most common types and ways to mitigate their effects to you or your network.Types of Denial of Service (DoS)... »

Android TCP/IP Speed Tweaks
by Philip (1 comments)

Android tweaksTo change TCP/IP related settings in Android you need root access. The only exception are a couple of trivial changes that are available to non-rooted devices, namely dynamic vs static IP address, and changing the DNS server. Assuming you are working with an already rooted device, the settings are listed below:Android TCP/IP tweaks (root required)In order to change other TCP/IP stack settings, you need to edit the settings in /proc/sys/net/core/ , similar to what is explained in our Linux... »


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