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Des Plaines, IL
reply to ray2

Re: how to fix our routor bloat

ok going to try to change RTS Threshold
Fragment Threshold as test to see if fixed bloat like the link i gave you taks about i hope wowway_dan can look at thsi and see if work if dose them hope can inply thsi to other on wowway network
as far as what i can do to change it and what open to me


Des Plaines, IL

the change o made to the change RTS Threshold
Fragment Threshold on wireless side did take the bloat down if wowway_dan reading thswi im trying to help you figer out how to stop router bloat i want to help you see what work from what i know and the setting i used works great here my speed test with new setting i made Download Speed: 55.583 Mbps (55583 kb/sec transfer rate)
Upload Speed: 5.129 Mbps (5129 kb/sec transfer rate)
Friday, June 29, 2012 1:05:18 PM if wowway_dan thsi is not a conplaint but to help wowway out stop routor bloat
sorry so bad spelling and hard to understand im austic person thanks


Saint Clair Shores, MI

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I have to say that your posts are almost impossible to follow and I understand you have said you have issues posting stuff.

However I have run the tests Gibson recommended on my WOW connection and I have ZERO issues. My connection is almost perfect as to the ISCI Netalyzer that Gibson wanted us to run. So my wow connection has none of the issues you believe you have.

I pay for 30/3 speed and get that about 99.9% of the time.

I also have to say that while I like Steve Gibson, as someone who works in large Fortune 50 company, Mr. Gibson often does not have a clue how enterprise IT works. He works in a small company and has no access to routers/firewalls that cost 10s of thousands of dollars. I do and sometimes what he says is just not correct. However in general he is spot on.


Des Plaines, IL

ok thanks might be with the wireless n in new modem wowway had for 30 and 50 megs