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WinME modem tweaking guide - FrostyTech.com WinME modem tweaking guide
Mon Sep 18, 2000 | 12:11A| PermaLink
"Once the value is discovered click on Start, Run, type in regedit & hit Enter. Open the following registry key [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\System\CurrentControlSet\ Services\VxD\MSTCP]. Right click in the right hand pane. Select New & String value. Make 2, one called DefaultRcvWindow & the other DefaultTTL. Once they have been created right click on each of them select Modify. For DefaultTTL I'd recommend selecting 32 or 64, if you cannot reach a server with 64 hops it is futile to waste anymore on trying. For DefaultRcvWindow I suggest using MTU-40 * 3. Ideally the factor of multiplication should result in MTU - 3 * X = Connect speed/10 or thereabouts, e.g. In my case that is 1500-40 * 3 = 45333/10. 4380 = 4533. Now change the MTU & TTL (Maximum segment size, or MSS is not settable in Windows Me, it is automatically determined by your MTU so don't waste time needlessly setting it). Take the following steps. NOTE - If you only have a single modem in your PC, i.e. No Ethernet card installed in your machine also, then you can skip to Step 5 as there should only be one key(s) available, 0000."
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