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    Full Duplex slower than Half Duplex?

    Anyone ever seen this scenario before? I've checked my cables. I've changed various NIC settings, etc.

    But no matter what, I get the most reliable connection (no packet loss) and fastest...
  2. Thread: Earthlink Caps

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    Earthlink Caps

    Well I haven't been here in a while cuz I've got everything worked out, but I just realized that EL raised caps to 3000/384 in my area (standard now? it says this on the general EL cable page)...
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    Use a proxy server.

    Use a proxy server.
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    Well I was looking for a 1-size fits all deal,...

    Well I was looking for a 1-size fits all deal, but I guess that there is no such thing.

    For now I have it setup with the T3 profile, but I since I can't attain those speeds that is kind of...
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    Tweaking for multiple connection types

    I am just wondering about this. On my laptop I have a wireless card (802.11b) and I was wondering what is the best way to tweak for the various connection types that I use.

    When I'm on campus, I...
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    If you knew what latency WAS in the first place,...

    If you knew what latency WAS in the first place, you'd realize that it is a combination of the following (and other factors not listed as well):

    The latency of the ping is caused by a delay in any...
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    Mno, you're giving him that RWIN for a 10Mbit...

    Mno, you're giving him that RWIN for a 10Mbit connection? That seems WAY too small...
  8. I have to be honest here, I hardly ever backup my...

    I have to be honest here, I hardly ever backup my registry before tweaking or messing within the registry, and I never have had trouble.

    Speedguides tweak's can't cause your system to stop working...
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    Using Ethernet is better because it is a bit more...

    Using Ethernet is better because it is a bit more stable and sometimes faster, especially if you have a lot of USB devices.

    If you have USB you just unplug the USB cable going to the USB Nic or...
  10. Thread: XP Tip

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    Now that I can agree with :)

    Now that I can agree with :)
  11. Thread: Tweaking XP

    by JeffL
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    Damn, you're not arguing? Wow, lol, news to me...

    Damn, you're not arguing? Wow, lol, news to me :D

    I'll break this to you,

    **BREAKING NEWS**

    **NEWS FLASH**

    This just in folks, NO ONE CARES! No one cares about Lobo's attempts to prove...
  12. Thread: XP Tip

    by JeffL
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    indexing is NOT a new feature to NTFS, it is an...

    indexing is NOT a new feature to NTFS, it is an operating system feature brought about by MS Office 97 and therefore can be found on Windows 95 if Office 97 is used.

    It was later melded into 98SE,...
  13. Thread: Tweaking XP

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    SpeedXP is based on Garbage, it is reading that...

    SpeedXP is based on Garbage, it is reading that very reg. entry, not from the XP kernel...
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    This entire thread should be incinerated, no then...

    This entire thread should be incinerated, no then I'd be breathing it...how about crumpled up and left to rot? :rolleyes:
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    What IPs do each machine have? What protocols...

    What IPs do each machine have? What protocols are you using for file sharing? What are the OSes of each machine?
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    uhm, you pay extra for additional IP's in most...

    uhm, you pay extra for additional IP's in most cases, and some ISPs will only connect 1 system if only 1 IP is available.

    Also, with all 4 systems having a public net IP, all network data...
  17. Thread: PNA adapters?

    by JeffL
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    There is a drawback in that it can be more...

    There is a drawback in that it can be more expensive equipment, and you would still need a router to share internet among systems (or ICS), however without a need for Cat5 cable and cable runs...
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    What is it that you are having trouble with?

    What is it that you are having trouble with?
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    On the system with the printer, set it up as a...

    On the system with the printer, set it up as a normal printer, and then go to the sharing tab. Give the printer a short name (less than 8 characters or numbers).

    On the ME system the printer...
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    The serial port is slower than the parallel...

    The serial port is slower than the parallel port...RS232 or not, its slower.

    An ECP type parallel port can achieve a high enough transfer rate for 128k ISDN.


    In any case, using the parallel...
  21. Thread: Router question

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    It isn't possible to do this unless the router...

    It isn't possible to do this unless the router supports QoS, sorry.
  22. Thread: The 4th Computer

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    Are all systems set to use the same workgroup? ...

    Are all systems set to use the same workgroup?

    Are all systems sharing using the same protocol? If using XP Pro, you should share through IPX/SPX not TCP/IP (TCP/IP is used by default).

    All...
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    Could be a faulty cable or the router is bad.

    Could be a faulty cable or the router is bad.
  24. Thread: The 4th Computer

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    You don't need an uplink port off the...

    You don't need an uplink port off the router/switch/hub, you can use a crossover cable, or most hubs/switchs will have an uplink port or selector switch to automatically cross the right wires. There...
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    Okie, but I dun have many free cycles seeing as I...

    Okie, but I dun have many free cycles seeing as I use a P3 450, a celeron 333, and a PowerPC 603e 225...
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    You could hook up the modem to the hub, and then...

    You could hook up the modem to the hub, and then hook up both computers to the hub. However, with this method you need 2 IP addresses from your ISP and if you use File Sharing it is completely...
  27. Thread: McCoffee

    by JeffL
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    What are you getting at? I'd rather call you...

    What are you getting at? I'd rather call you various other words than Dale Jr. but since I'd get banned if I put them up I won't.

    :rolleyes: :rolleyes: :rolleyes: :rolleyes: :rolleyes:
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    Access could be disabled through the router, yes....

    Access could be disabled through the router, yes.

    You could disable DNS services at the machine too, but they could still access some sites via raw IP address. Don't do this if resources on the...
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    or 568A if your network is designed around that.

    or 568A if your network is designed around that.
  30. Or you could upgrade to XP Pro for the remote...

    Or you could upgrade to XP Pro for the remote desktop options.

    That option works well because unlike VNC it is natively integrated into the shell and can even route your systems sound to the local...
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