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Master Geek

Topic # 54049 15-Dec-2009 20:35
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Hi can someone please help me I am using XP home edition and when i run a tweek test i get a good data stream of 100 percent but it says my rwin is out of range and says to do something with drtcp table to change it and put in a new rwin should i do this????


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Master Geek

  Reply # 282904 15-Dec-2009 20:39
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I have gona ahead and put in a rwin on the drtcp software and saved and rest artedof 355896 i didnt even calculate it as i was stuck at getting it right it all seems good getting a good rwin and good data stream from what they are saying is this ok for my broadband and computer any feed back would be greatly appreaciated cheers

1. Your Tweakable SettingsReceive Window (RWIN): 355896
Window Scaling: 3
Path MTU Discovery: ON
RFC1323 Window Scaling: ON
RFC1323 Time Stamping: OFF
Selective Acks: ON
MSS requested: 1452
TTL: unknown
TTL remaining: 114
TOS flags: none set
2. Test DownloadActual data bytes sent: 1025453
Actual data packets: 717
Max packet sent (MTU): 1492
Max packet recd (MTU): 1492
Retransmitted packets: 1
sacks you sent: 0
pushed data pkts: 32
data transmit time: 4.893 secs
our max idletime: 273.9 ms
transfer rate: 189150 bytes/sec
transfer rate: 1513 kbits/sec
transfer efficiency: 99%
3. ICMP (ping) check Target unpingable

If your IP could be pinged then we hit it with various streams to identify any loss, or exessive jitter from our server.

4. Notes and Recommendations RWIN is in range
Looking good

Good data stream (no/few rexmits)

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