Re: Only half of available bandwidth can be used ??
Thanks for your answer.
I have tried all sorts of combinations, following advice available at
dslreports.com and other places.
Even did a total reset of TCP settings (netsh int ip reset).
"Jack (MVP-Networking)." <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> This is not a common known issue. Depending on how your Wireless works it
> might be less than the wire, but wired Vista and wired XP should yield
> about 800 to 900KB/sec. download. (B=Byte b=bit).
> Which values did you use in the TCP/IP tweaking?
> Optimizing the TCP/IP Stack - http://www.ezlan.net/Internet_Speed.html
> Jack (MS, MVP-Networking)
> "Jerry" <email@example.com> wrote in message
>>I have a 10 Mbps/380 kbps ADSL line with two computers (one Vista and one
>>XP) connected directly to the router and two more (again one Vista and one
>>XP) connected through the wireless access point on the same router.
>> I tested each of the computers individually, with other three turned off,
>> and was able to establish he following: Vista computers achieve 8500/260
>> kbps, while XP computers get only about 4300/260 kbps. I tried switching
>> cables and router connections, I also tried tweaking the Max MTU and RWIN
>> values on the XP machines, but the result was still the same.
>> Anyone knows why is this? Please?