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    cablenut settings for 30/1 Cable Connection.

    Hello there, long time no see.

    I was wondering if anyone knew what cablenut settings I could used for 30/1 connection?
    Right now I have 20/1 cablenut settings (which is the highest the tcp optimizer goes up to) and I was wondering if you could supply me with 30/1 cablenut settings?

    Below are the 20/1 settings

    DefaultReceiveWindow = 1027840
    DefaultSendWindow = 65535
    DisableAddressSharing = 1
    InitialLargeBufferCount = 200
    InitialMediumBufferCount = 480
    InitialSmallBufferCount = 640
    LargeBufferSize = 819200
    MaxFastTransmit = 64000
    MediumBufferSize = 150400
    Priority Boost = 0
    SmallBufferSize = 12800
    TransmitWorker = 32
    FastSendDatagramThreshhold = 4096
    EnableFastRouteLookup = 1
    EnablePMTUDiscovery = 1
    IgnorePushBitsOnReceives = 0
    GlobalMaxTcpWindowSize = 1027840
    MaxFreeTcbs = 8000
    MaxHashTableSize = 16384
    MaxNormLookupMemory = 5000000
    SackOpts = 1
    SynAttackProtect = 1
    Tcp1323Opts = 1
    TcpLogLevel = 1
    TcpMaxDupAttacks = 2
    TcpMaxHalfOpen = 100
    TcpMaxHalfOpenRetired = 80
    TcpRecvSegmentSize = 1460
    TcpSendSegmentSize = 1460
    TcpTimedWaitDelay = 30
    TcpUseRFC1122UrgentPointer = 0
    TcpWindowSize = 1027840
    MaxConnectionsPer1_0Server = 20
    MaxConnectionsPerServer = 10
    DefaultTimeToLive = 64
    DefaultUserTOSSetting = 0
    TcpMaxDataRetransmissions = 13
    DefaultTOSValue = 240

    Any help with the 30/1 cablenut settings will be a big help. Thanks.
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    What speeds are you getting now?
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    reply to question.

    Hello there Trogers, I have 20/1 right now, and I am getting my 20/1, sometimes even more.

    http://www.speedtest.net/result/229825787.png
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    Quote Originally Posted by ITALIAN_GUY_20 View Post
    Hello there Trogers, I have 20/1 right now, and I am getting my 20/1, sometimes even more.

    http://www.speedtest.net/result/229825787.png
    Your present settings can support speed up to 40 mbps from local websites. It is at overseas sites that speed can be limted to only 25 mbps as latency increases. Try using the present settings when you upgrade to 30/1 mbps and see what speed you can achieve and then we go from there.
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    reply to your question

    Thanks for the help and support that you have given me. I will let you know how things go when I get my 30/1. Until then I bid you aduei.
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    Quote Originally Posted by trogers View Post
    Your present settings can support speed up to 40 mbps from local websites. It is at overseas sites that speed can be limted to only 25 mbps as latency increases. Try using the present settings when you upgrade to 30/1 mbps and see what speed you can achieve and then we go from there.

    Hello there Trogers,

    how are you?

    my ISP finally upgraded from 17Mb/.256Mb to 38Mb/1.2Mb.

    The settings I used for 17Mb/.256 (see below) that you said was good for up to 40Mb, I am using still for my connection.


    DefaultReceiveWindow = 1027840
    DefaultSendWindow = 65535
    DisableAddressSharing = 1
    InitialLargeBufferCount = 200
    InitialMediumBufferCount = 480
    InitialSmallBufferCount = 640
    LargeBufferSize = 819200
    MaxFastTransmit = 64000
    MediumBufferSize = 150400
    Priority Boost = 0
    SmallBufferSize = 12800
    TransmitWorker = 32
    FastSendDatagramThreshhold = 4096
    EnableFastRouteLookup = 1
    EnablePMTUDiscovery = 1
    IgnorePushBitsOnReceives = 0
    GlobalMaxTcpWindowSize = 1027840
    MaxFreeTcbs = 8000
    MaxHashTableSize = 16384
    MaxNormLookupMemory = 5000000
    SackOpts = 1
    SynAttackProtect = 1
    Tcp1323Opts = 1
    TcpLogLevel = 1
    TcpMaxDupAttacks = 2
    TcpMaxHalfOpen = 100
    TcpMaxHalfOpenRetired = 80
    TcpRecvSegmentSize = 1460
    TcpSendSegmentSize = 1460
    TcpTimedWaitDelay = 30
    TcpUseRFC1122UrgentPointer = 0
    TcpWindowSize = 1027840
    MaxConnectionsPer1_0Server = 20
    MaxConnectionsPerServer = 10
    DefaultTimeToLive = 64
    DefaultUserTOSSetting = 0
    TcpMaxDataRetransmissions = 7
    DefaultTOSValue = 240

    Here are a few speed tests.

    speedtest.mel.optusnet.com.au
    Download Speed: 37972 kbps (4746.5 KB/sec transfer rate)
    Upload Speed: 1176 kbps (147 KB/sec transfer rate)
    Latency: 21 ms


    Also, did a quick download test (downloaded a few big files from aarnet and usenet and got a constant 4.3Mb's. GRAVY BABY.


    http://www.speedtest.net/result/963414952.png


    Test Results from Oz Broadband Speed Test
    ----------------------------------
    Test run on 23/09/2010 @ 03:18 AM
    Mirror: Adam Internet
    Data: 15 MB
    Test Time: 3.37 secs
    Your line speed is 32.65 Mbps (32650 kbps).
    Your download speed is 4.0 MB/s (4081.25 KB/s).
    -----
    Ookla Speed Test Result
    http://speedtest.skymesh.com.au/
    Thu Sep 23 2010 02:58:39 GMT+0930 (Cen. Australia Standard Time)
    Download: 37437 kbps
    Upload: 1149 kbps


    Oh! And my modems stats are pretty sweet aswell.

    SNR 41.5 dB
    DP 0.0 dBmV
    UP 44.0 dBmV

    Thanks again for all the help in the past and also to the rest of the speedguide team. BIG thumbs up. Keep up the good work.
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