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    Default Internet Acceleration by Traffic Shaping by cfos

    This software is available for both vista and XP in 64bit and 32bit version. And so far i think its the best internet tweaking software available. Its doesnt do those registry tweaks. Try it out yourself.


    http://www.cfos.de/traffic_shaping/t..._shaping_e.htm
    http://www.cfos.de/speed/cfosspeed_e.htm

    Traffic Shaping best for

    * Broadband: DSL, Cable
    * Narrow band: modem, ISDN
    * Mobile
    * Filesharing (P2P)
    * Games
    * Streaming Media, VoIP

    Features

    * Low Ping
    * Prioritising programs
    * Prioritising protocols
    * Online Budgets
    * Firewall

    Checkout the links. It should give a real boost in win XP and games. I like the features it has too. I will post screen shots.







    How can I accelerate my online games?

    Traffic Shaping technology does keep ping times low and transfer rates consistently high at the same time.
    Still, to achieve optimal ping times, you should prioritize your game(s) as high as possible. You will find that we have already listed some of the currently most popular games under Program Settings. Should your game not be among the ones listed there, you can simply add it to the list. You can also let us know what online games you would like to have included on that list for future updates as well.

    Please be careful to prioritize as few data and programs as possible in such a manner. This is because if you were to assign high priority to everything, you would be no better off than having nothing prioritized at all.

    Alternatively, should the program name itself not be clear, you can also prioritze the ports used by the online game. If the TCP/UDP destination ports of an application are known, you can prioritize their data transfer as follows (by editing the [filter] section of the settings.ini file):

    For TCP ports:
    [filters]
    ; dest port=1234
    filter=-tcp-dport 1234 -c high

    For UDP ports:
    [filters]
    ; dest port=1234
    filter=-udp-dport 1234 -c high

    After making those changes and saving them, the new settings still need to be loaded. This is done by opening the console (under Start, Program, cFosSpeed) and entering "spd reload". Your changes will take (and remain in) effect after the next time you restart your system.
    cFosSpeed-Filter Manual (English)


    Optimizing Connection Settings:

    You can specify exactly what transfer medium you use under Connection Settings. The more information about a connection is available to cFos or cFosSpeed, the better ping times will be. Default is "Adaptive." But if you were for instance using a DSL connection, you should select the appropriate DSL standard or protocol as your medium.
    Favor Ping:

    In addition, you can also use the settings in the context menu or status window to activate "Favor Ping." A green arrow will then show up on the status window. This setting will have cFos or cFosSpeed do everything to keep ping times to a minimum but at the expense of transfer speed, which may slow down considerably.
    Playing While Downloading:

    If you are playing a game online without Traffic Shaping and run an upload or download at the same time, ping times to your gameserver will rise. Less data traffic means better (i.e., lower) ping. Especially with filesharing programs and other applications that send out lots of data, ping times often skyrocket resulting in serious lag. This will also slow down your in-game reaction time horrendously.

    Traffic Shaping alleviates this problem by allowing filesharing and downloads to run in the background while gaming. This may still raise ping times minimally though. Therefore, we recommend you keep "Favor Ping" activated at such times. By default, filesharing programs are set to very low priority. Now, this should not be taken to mean they are artificially slowed or even altogether stalled. What it does mean, however, is that such data will be briefly delayed when more important data like online game traffic needs to be transmitted. Only this priority scheme makes it possible to have filesharing programs run at maximum transfer rates while still using the same connection for other applications at the same time.
    Last edited by GiDDY_SOUL; June 15th, 2009 at 21:15.

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    Default Re: Internet Acceleration by Traffic Shaping by cfos

    did u try it?
    how good it works ?

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    Default Re: Internet Acceleration by Traffic Shaping by cfos

    Since I'm a Smile Bronze user, what settings should I choose?

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    Default Re: Internet Acceleration by Traffic Shaping by cfos

    Note to all - This is NOT going to increase your speed in any way. You will get whatever bandwidth your ISP gives you.

    this is for advanced uses such as downloading + playing games online (where you can allocate downloading resource and gaming resource ) etc


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    Default Re: Internet Acceleration by Traffic Shaping by cfos

    Valo hobe to ??

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    Default Re: Internet Acceleration by Traffic Shaping by cfos

    Yep its true DC that it wont increase speeds more than your ISP provides. And it works if u set it properly. Like playing games while downloading.

    It one feature i like is the "Favore ping time" you can see it one of the screen shots" which can b used even if traffic shaping is disabled.

    Usually cFosSpeed handles your TCP MSS ("MSS clamping") (i.e. the MTU for
    TCP packets). This work automatically and the MSS values are chosen so
    data transfer rates and ping times are best. But if you want cFosSpeed
    to leave the MSS alone, you can now set "spd gset handle_mss 0" to
    instruct it so. Add a "-save" to have the setting saved in cfosspeed.ini.
    Switching off MSS handling is not recommended.

    For XP users cfos speed has this ->
    Now cFosSpeed will no longer check or change the TcpWindowSize or RWIN
    parameter under Vista, since it's no longer supported thanks to Vista
    TCP/IP auto-tuning.

    If u dont know how to set it properly just r8 click on the tray icon "Disable traffic shaping" and enable "favor ping time" when playing games and Disalbe it while downloading.

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    Default Re: Internet Acceleration by Traffic Shaping by cfos

    So any other Smile users used this yet? I used this before, but didn't see any improvements.

    I installed it again, to see in Link3 improves. Didn't see any major changes either. But now I connected my Smile Bronze, and getting 40-60kBps in torrents. :s

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    Default Re: Internet Acceleration by Traffic Shaping by cfos

    Atleast it will decrease my ping

    ---------- Post added at 21:24 ---------- Previous post was at 21:14 ----------

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    Default Re: Internet Acceleration by Traffic Shaping by cfos

    I m using cFOS but it issnt free.So any crack or something??

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    Default Re: Internet Acceleration by Traffic Shaping by cfos

    I have the full 64bit version Sam bhai. Is your Windows x64?

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    Default Re: Internet Acceleration by Traffic Shaping by cfos

    Quote Originally Posted by aayman_farzand View Post
    I have the full 64bit version Sam bhai. Is your Windows x64?

    I use Windows Vista-x86 sp-1

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