This guide To Improve Your Connection And Make Your Latency Lower
THIS IS ONLY WORK FOR WIRED MODEM.. IF U ARE USING WIRELESS MODEM U WILL GET NO DIFFRENT EVEN GETING MORE WORST.. PLS TAKE A NOTE...
OK, lets start:
Oh, and it only works on Windows XP/Vista
I. Open Registry Editor (start->run->regedit).
II. Go to the root HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\System\CurrentControlSet\Services\Tcpip\Parameters\Interfaces.
III. Find the adapter which has your IP address in it (NameServer) and 255.255.255.255 (DhcpSubnetMask)! If you are not sure what is your IP address then go to www.WhatIsMyIP.com
IV. Right-click in the right pane, and select "New DWORD Value".
V. Name it "TcpAckFrequency" (without the quotes) and set it to 1. (The default is 2, which means windows will wait for 2 packets always before sending an ACK back, we don't want this).
I. In the Registry Editor go to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\MSMQ\Parameters.
II. Right-click in the right pane and select "New DWORD Value".
III. Name it "TCPNoDelay" (without the quotes), then right click the entry and click Modify and assign a value of 1.
IV. Close the Registry Editor!
I. Go to Start>Control Panel>System (switch to classic mode).
II. Click on Hardware, then click Device Manager.
III. Expand the section named Network Adapters.
IV. Right-click on the network card and click Properties.
V. Click on the Advanced tab and you will see a list of items. Try disabling the Checksum Offload option. This may also be listed as Hardware Checksumming.
VI. You may also have a Speed/Duplex option on the Advanced tab. If you do, try changing this to Force Base 100 Full Duplex. If you have an older router you may need to use Base 10 Full Duplex. This may also be listed as Media Type/Connection Type.
VII. If you have a Power Management tab in your network card properties, click it and unselect the "allow the computer to turn off this device to save power" if selected.
I.Go to control panel(switch to clasic mode)
II.Click at Programs And Features
III.A popup box will apear
IV.In that popup box try find SNMP features
V.Tick that Feature(enable it)
VI.Click OK wait windows enable that features
NOW RESTART YOUR COMPUTER!!!
FOR VISTA USER ONLY!!!
I've noticed that latency is greatly reduced if you open your tcp/ip connection from half to full.
Q:What is a half opened tcp/ip connection?
A:As an attempt to secure your Vista or XP sp2 operating systems, Microsoft implemented reduced TCP connections on host machines to "slow down" the spread of malicious worms.
Q:How To open your tcp/ip connection from half to full here we go
A:here we go (pls read it care fully.i will not responsible to any damage..)
I.Download patched tcpip.sys: 64-bit tcpip.sys or 32-bit tcpip.sys.
II.Open command prompt, and run the following 2 commands(run as administrator):
takeown /f c:\windows\system32\drivers\tcpip.sys
cacls c:\windows\system32\drivers\tcpip.sys /G “username”:F
Replace username with the actual user name that is currently being used to log on.
III.Disable the TCP/IP Auto-Tuning feature by running the following command in command prompt(run as administrator:
netsh int tcp set global autotuninglevel=disable
if u wan change it to normal
netsh interface tcp set global autotuninglevel=normal
IV.For 64-bit Windows Vista (x64), the integrity checks need to be disabled as it needs all drivers to be signed. So run the following command in DOS prompt:
bcdedit.exe -set loadoptions DDISABLE_INTEGRITY_CHECKS
V.Replace the tcpip.sys in C:\windows\system32\drivers folder with the patched tcpip.sys downloaded during step 1 (remember to use the correct x64 or x86 version. Normally this procedure can be done by simply logging into Windows Vista with an administrator account. However, if the process fails, reboot the computer and then press F8 to boot up in Safe Mode, and then copy and paste to overwrite the tcpip.sys.
VI.Next, the maximum number of TCP half complete connection limit needs to be set in the registry. Open registry editor (regedit), and navigate to the following registry key:
VII.Right click on the right pane, select “New”, then select “DWORD value”. Enter the new value name as “TcpNumConnections” (without quotes).
VIII.Double click on TcpNumConnections registry value, and modify the value data to the desired maximum TCP/IP connection limit that you want to allow, in decimal value. For example, enter 500 as the value data for TcpNumConnections. You can use any limit that you prefer. Alternatively, download this registry registration file that when executed, will set the TCP simultaneous connection limit to 16777214 (you can always modify the value in the file or in the registry after applied).
X.DO IT AT UR OWN RISK.IF UR NEW BOUT THIS THING PLS MAKE A BACKUP FILE OR RESTORE POINT
Hope this Thing Can help U all.Happy Boting.. and u wont get DCed from CR server anymore^_^
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