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How to change MTU MSS and RWIN

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How can I manually change those values (MTU MSS and RWIN)also TTL
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What OS?
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Here is a document that has the settings for multiple OS's for MTU and MSS.  Would need to know the specific OS for the others...

http://www.cisco.com/warp/public/105/38.shtml
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See
www.Speedguide.net,
They have plenty of programs, explanations and tweaks.

I hope this helps !
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I've only heard "RWIN" in the context of windows, and those values are registry settings specific to the windows version . . .

Check this site out:

http://www.dslnuts.com/bitsbytes.shtml

There's an RWIN calculator and some tools to help you make changes to the point that your computer won't communicate with anything at any speed!!

Good luck.
Steve
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I want to make this chages at Xp and 98
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The site I pointed you to will handle XP and 98.

Steve
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