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Interested to find out how I might go about changing the buffer sizes for the send and receive windows for dial up networking under Win 98.... also interested in what exactly Time-To-Live is.. within the same context... any help appreciated...
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Control Panel - Modems Properties - Connection - Port Settings.

'Time to live' is a generic term - in what context is it being used? Most likely it's refering to the amount of time necessary to dial and connect to a resource (like the internet).
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Time to live was one of the alterations that could be made by a utility that I saw a screen shot of which claimed to boost internet connection speeds
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Sounds like what I said previously - probably shortens the dialing/connection process.
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Wasn't all exactly what I was looking for... but that's ok... mainly because I didn't ask the question properly... so I'll give you the points...

Ummm utility I found which is freeware called EASYMTU is what I was meaning to do with maximum transfer package sizes and so forth....

thanks

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