May 202008
 


While Internet Explorer is certainly not the best FTP client, it can still come handy when required. Internet Explorer by default is configured to be an FTP client in Active or Port mode. However, there are instances like a client or server is behind the firewall or when you need to connect in Passive mode.

Here we can see how to change Internet Explorer to connect in Passive mode.

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Mar 152008
 


Internet Junk Buster is a free Opensource Non-Caching proxy for personal use on your PC or server system for company networks or even ISPs. Internet Junk buster is a privacy-enhancing proxy that blocks ads and banners that you wish you never want to see on websites. Blocking these ADs and banners on the website diretly improves the performance on the access to the site.

While designed primarily for Linux and UNIX environments, there is a seperate installer package available for Windows. This can run on Windows XP,2000 and earlier versions (should work on Windows 2003 but not tested)

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Feb 192008
 

Maximum Transmission Unit (MTU) in simple words is the maximum IP packet size in bytes, that can be transmitted over the underlying network. While most of time this never has to be changed from the default values there are instances when you need to alter the MTU sizes to fix certain network performance issues. A best and classic example would be with a Windows Exchange Server being accessed over an Internet VPN setup. This in most of the cases demonstrate the problem with MTUs and related issues.

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