May 172010
 

There may be instances when all possible solutions to fix your network internet problems may TCP/IP stack may help in this case.

Microsoft has released a new tool to do this for you or you can manually reset TCP/IP.

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Oct 262009
 

IPv6 is enebled by default in Windows 7 and Windows Vista. If you are not using IPv6 then this can be disabled from the Windows Registry as follows:

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Jan 032009
 

IPv6 is enebled by default in Windows Server 2008. If you are not using IPv6 then this can be disabled from the Windows Registry as follows:

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Oct 282008
 

By default IPv4 packets are encapsulated on Ethernet  subnets in Ethernet II or Ethernet DIX format in Windows server 2008/2003, Windows Vista/XP/2000. However, if you need to use IEEE 802.3 SNAP (Sub-Network Acces Protocol) then this can be done from Windows Registry.

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Oct 152008
 

TCP protocol can offload some of the tasks that are being processed by the system processor like Checksum calculation on header and data or IPSec Tunnel Encryptio (if supported by the NIC) onto the Network Interface Card (NIC). Task offloading is designed to improve performance and it is seen to have indeed significantly improve performance.

Windows Server 2008/2003, Windows Vista/XP by defines enables support Task Offloading. However, there may be instance where you need to troubleshoot network performance issues and need to disable the Task offloading. This can be done from the Windows Registry

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