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Will RWIN of 1500 help? It is 1492 now


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::: Download Stats :::

Connection is: 4761 Kbps about 4.8 Mbps (tested with 1496 KB)

Download Speed is: 581 KB/sec

Auth Code: 2071416 (validate at http://www.testmy.net)

Bottom Line: 85 times faster than 56K you can download 1MB in 1.76 second(s)

Validation Link :: https://testmy.net/cgi-bin/auth_check.cgi?ta=&top=&align=&num=2071416&kbps=4761&gen=gen&a=10.8571428571429&b=1.71428571428571&c=1145.14285714286

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Doubt you would even notice any change if your MTU went from 1492 to 1500. I was originally using WinXP's PPOE client which was set at 1480. My MTU is now at 1492 because of my router. I do not see any noticeable difference at all. And my MTU difference is bigger than your would be so I would not even mess with what ya got. Seems to be going fine from where I am sitting :D

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:) Yeah changing MTU by that amount wouldnt make any difference.......It is size of each packet sent only,if transfer gets to slow then I would maybe look at this .....but 1500 is "normal size" for broadband,and thats where I have mine set:) Keep visiting and tell your friends not only is this site the best for testing your speed but.........lots of good info from many people......

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