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cFosSpeed 6.10 build 1774

Posted on Saturday, December 04 2010 @ 00:02:25 CET by

cFosSpeed increases your throughput and reduces your Ping. Whenever you access the Internet with more than one data stream cFosSpeed can optimize the traffic.

+ If your line is fast cFosSpeed will send up to 4 pings per second to probe for congestion. This will provide more accurate results.

+ Added "calibrated" value to "spd speed" output to show how well calibrated cFosSpeed already is; a value of 0 means "not at all", 100 means "fully".

+ cFosSpeed is now trying harder to keep starting TCP streams from congesting the downstream path.

+ Improvements for key registration when user has IPv6, but connectivity fails somehow.

+ Added gset variable "max_hops" (default 8) to allow cFosSpeed to ping with higher TTLs. Allowed TTL values are 8 - 16. If you change it, you should use "spd pingboot" afterwards. Thanks to gj090879 for inspiration.

x Tamed Kaspersky hint. It is now displayed only 3 times.

x Fixed a bug with key registration behind a proxy server.

x TTL 1, broadcast and multicast were erroneously considered Internet traffic. Fixed.

x Increased value for avg_time to improve accuracy of maximum speed measurements.

- Removed TCP pinger.

- Added more trace output when key activation fails.
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6.10 build 1774
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Download: cFosSpeed 6.10 build 1774


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