Muta, on 15 September 2009 - 01:41 AM, said:
These hacks change the way your computer processes received packets.
Here's 2 things to keep in mind, though.
1. If you are behind a router, such as most people on DSL, Cable, and Fiber are, this will not help you, and any change you may think occurs is 100% coincidental.
The packets are being handled at the router and are then being passed down to your computer at a steady rate and size, so reg tweaks and the like can not help you at all.
Just doing a small comment on that, DWD YOU knead to read some books....
First of all, a router is a layer 3 device IT DOES NOT PROCESS PACKETS IT ONLY LOOK'S AT THE HEADERS, that's why its called a router.
knowing this and knowing the structure of a packet, you can manipulate what y'r sending to the network and optimise the packet as you want, ROUTER WONT MODIFY IT !!!! layer 3 works the addressing (for you'r knowledge witch is none, is more than enough)....
I don't know the windows structure since I work only with Linux\Unix systems, i cant tell if that config influences the operating method of the windows TCP stack.
in case you want to know what I do for a living I give you a tip.
I finished cisco CCNA 989 points.
READ SOMETHING BEFORE TALKING!