Re: What networking protocols are superfluous?
Thanks, Malke, your answer: "The answer to that question is disable IPv6 and
was exactly what I was looking for - although by disabling IPv6, I suspect
there will be no measurable impact at this time on performance for
practically 100% of users - particularly after reviewing the Wikipedia
article on IPv6.
Very interesting! Thank you for responding.
"Malke" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> Blithe wrote:
>> Hello Vista networking newsgroup readers out there:
>> I see my posting has been ignored to-date. Maybe it's a dumb question or
>> maybe nobody ever gave the issue any thought? A moot issue perhaps - no
>> impact one way or another?
>> I'd genuinely appreciate any pertinent comments. Thanks.
>> "Blithe" <email@example.com> wrote in message
>>> Re: Would my Vista performance improve by deleting un-needed protocols?
>>> [System Summary]
>>> OS Name Microsoft® Windows VistaT Ultimate
>>> Version 6.0.6001 Service Pack 1 Build 6001
>>> System Model: Maximus Extreme (Asus)
>>> Hardware Abstraction Layer Version = "6.0.6001.18000"
>>> System Type: x64-based PC
>>> Processor: Intel(R) Core(TM)2 Extreme CPU Q6850 @ 3.00GHz, 2997 Mhz, 4
>>> Core(s), 4 Logical Processor(s)
>>> BIOS Version/Date American Megatrends Inc. 0904, 12/18/2007
>>> SMBIOS Version 2.4
>>> Installed Physical Memory (RAM) 4.00 GB
>>> Total Physical Memory 4.00 GB
>>> Available Physical Memory 2.70 GB
>>> Total Virtual Memory 8.20 GB
>>> Available Virtual Memory 6.82 GB
>>> Page File Space 4.29 GB
>>> Previously I had operated an Ethernet wired, a simple two W2K PC
>>> peer-to-peer network for several years - to share resources and for
>>> Internet sharing backup. When I installed Vista on this PC
>>> various hardware issues) I tried setting up the same protocols.
>>> Currently, to simplify, I have abandoned the P2P setup. I am still
>>> experiencing some random/predictable/Vista booting issues that it is not
>>> the purpose of this posting to address.
>>> However - I see that my Local Area Connection Properties for my P2P are
>>> still set. Do I need them? delete them? or ought I to just leave them in
>>> place? These are:
>>> Client for Microsoft Networks
>>> QoS Packet Scheduler
>>> File & Printer Sharing
>>> Internet Protocol Ver6 (PPPOE)
>>> Internet Protocol Ver4 (PPPOE)
>>> Link Layer Topology Discovery Mapper
>>> Link Layer Discovery Responder
>>> Note/Suggestion: I customarily Google & check Microsoft Vista 'help'/MS
>>> Knowledgebase/MS online help, MS newsgroups etc - before posting for
>>> assistance - & having done so for this posting - I failed to find any
>>> of an answer to this question. Perhaps an appropriate suggestion might
>>> a good idea at this time? I would think the best place for such info
>>> would be in the Vista 'Help & Support' section - perhaps for the next SP
> You probably didn't get an answer because your question isn't clear. Are
> having problems networking computers in a peer-to-peer topography? Do you
> want help with that? Or do you just want to know what you should have set
> above? The answer to that question is disable IPv6 and nothing else.
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