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    MTU Speed

    In Win98 you can use any of several utilities to speed up browsing... I think one of the adjustments is the MTU= , which in '98 defaults to 576, and for cable modems/networks it set it to 1500...

    I don't see any of the same adjustments possible with Win2K...

    Is this normal? Why?

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    Re: MTU Speed

    Thanks, Cowboy... that did it...

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    Re: MTU Speed

    Chuck,
    Here's some interesting information: Navas Cable Modem/DSL Tuning Guide

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    Re: MTU Speed

    Joe:

    Thanks for the info...

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