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Yes, but it may not be necessary (and may not make a difference). Your "tweakable" TCP settings will not, in most cases, change unless you change them yourself with DRTCP or registry editing. Therefore, if you experience a sudden, large decrease in speed, chances are it is not a TCP issue, and thus there is no need to tweak. Run a line quality test here first to make sure the problem is not due to a distant line problem, such as a bad router at one or more hops. Then post your line quality test in the DSLR Tools forum if you want help diagnosing the problem. If your line is clean and you still have speed problems, then try tweaking.

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last modified: 2007-02-23 15:43:46