Using NETSH.EXE to Tweak Your Network Performance in Windows Vista And Windows 7

Network shell (netsh) is a command-line utility that allows you to configure and display the status of various network communications server roles and components after they are installed on computers running Windows® 7, Windows Server® 2008 R2, Windows Vista®, or Windows Server® 2008 games from windows 7.

There are very few times when tweaking NETSH will actually improve your network performance on a server based off the windows 7 ultimate edition from software keep, but if you are tuning a server for maximum performance changing some settings from Automatic, to enable, or disable can ensure consistent performance herunterladen.

To see your current settings use “netsh int tcp show global” at the command line.

Using NETSH.EXE to Tweak Your Network Performance in Windows Vista And Windows 7

If nothing has tweaked your settings you should see something like the above download images from google drive on iphone.

If your computer or server is using Wifi, don’t change anything, it will make things worse.

If your computer or server only talks to the Intranet, you will likely benefit from setting:

Auto-Tuning to none, with “netsh int tcp set global autotuninglevel=disabled”  and ECN to disabled with “netsh int tcp set global ecncapability=disable”

If your server only talks to the Internet, (like a web server) set:

Auto-Tuning to Restricted, with “netsh int tcp set global autotuninglevel=restricted”  and ECN to enabled with “netsh int tcp set global ecncapability=enabled”

If you have a compatible DCA/TOE card you may be able to benefit from setting “netsh int tcp set global dca=enabled” but you will want to test a large file move after enabling and rebooting because this feature is hit or miss, and occasionally breaks things skype kostenlos herunterladen für computer.

Then while “Automatic” is supposed to work for Chimney Offloading, some cards fail to detect, so setting “netsh int tcp set global chimney=enabled”