TCP/IP Question

Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by karlo, Aug 5, 2010.

  1. karlo

    karlo MDL Junior Member

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    Hi there,

    I really enjoy downloading movies via Torrent. Now it really annoys me if I can't browse any websites while downloading movies. I decided to install cFosSpeed, and everything went fine. I'm able to browse websites however the torrent speed is really slow. I decided to adjust some settings of uTorrent. It's still slow. I decided to uninstall cFosSpeed. Everything went back to normal. I then decided to adjust the TCP connection limit from 10 to 255. Torrent downloading is a lot faster than before. However, I'm seeing a Test Mode message at the bottom right part of my screen. I used the Universal TCP/IP Patcher 64-bit. I decided not to use the TCP-Z program because it just gives me error when I try to launch it.

    Can you guys help me out to temporarily remove the Test Mode message?
     
  2. jupier2k

    jupier2k MDL Member

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    I am sure Win 7 TCO/IP no have the limit issue like XP. what Firewall /port forwarding / torrent client ?
     
  3. KotaXor

    KotaXor MDL Senior Member

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  4. WinFLP

    WinFLP MDL Senior Member

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    If your upstream for torrents is too high it may cause slowdowns on other connections. Most torrent clients can be set to limit the bandwidth (both up and down). No need for extra software like cFosSpeed.

    In your torrent program also look at limiting the number of torrent connections (not this TCP stack foolishness you were involved in.) There's such a thing as too many.
     
  5. karlo

    karlo MDL Junior Member

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    I already adjusted the settings of uTorrent. I already changed the max-half-open-connections to 255, which is the same value of my current TCP/IP settings. The upload is only 2-10 kbps so it won't definitely slow down the connection.
     
  6. kerimcem

    kerimcem MDL Member

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    Notice: The newest Windows Vista/2008 SP2, Windows 7 is unlimited in default...
     
  7. KotaXor

    KotaXor MDL Senior Member

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    @karlo
    Open a command prompt and type "sfc /scannow" without the quotes and all your files will returned.
     
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