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December 26, 2016

Optimized bandwidth

Filed under: computer knowledge — admin @ 5:07 pm
Windows XP Professional Edition added QoSRRP (which is Quality of Service Reservation Protocol acronym, meaning service quality resource reservation protocol) Resource. Generally, when attempting to access information through available bandwidth, the application either interfaces through the QoS application or through another application interface called TCI. In network communication, in order to secure business retains certain bandwidth for managers, this is undoubtedly a good thing for the QoS application, but general users do not need this feature, invisible in the part (default 20%) bandwidth wasted, so I cancel this method provided here function.
Select the start menu, click “Cancel”, into the main login screen, login on the main screen press Ctrl+Alt+Del two appeared in the login window, enter Administrator in the user name (Note: to distinguish the size), password password bar (if not set the password blank. Press) determined to enter the Windows, click the “start / run” gpedit.msc “input into the group policy window, select the” computer configuration management / template / network /QoS packet scheduler “on the left side of the window, double-click on the right side of the window bandwidth limit can be reserved, select” enabled “and” bandwidth limit (%) “is set to 0, and then click” OK “restart.
Note: users of the Windows XP home edition do not have to change these settings.
Windows XP Professional Edition added QoSRRP (which is Quality of Service Reservation Protocol acronym, meaning service quality resource reservation protocol) Resource. Generally, when attempting to access information through available bandwidth, the application either interfaces through the QoS application or through another application interface called TCI. In network communication, in order to secure business retains certain bandwidth for managers, this is undoubtedly a good thing for the QoS application, but general users do not need this feature, invisible in the part (default 20%) bandwidth wasted, so I cancel this method provided here function.
Select the start menu, click “Cancel”, into the main login screen, login on the main screen press Ctrl+Alt+Del two appeared in the login window, enter Administrator in the user name (Note: to distinguish the size), password password bar (if not set the password blank. Press) determined to enter the Windows, click the “start / run” gpedit.msc “input into the group policy window, select the” computer configuration management / template / network /QoS packet scheduler “on the left side of the window, double-click on the right side of the window bandwidth limit can be reserved, select” enabled “and” bandwidth limit (%) “is set to 0, and then click” OK “restart.
Note: users of the Windows XP home edition do not have to change these settings.

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