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Adsl Home Network Config

Adsl Home Network Config

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Increase Internet Connection Speed in Windows XP
This tip is designed for increased BROADBAND speed in Windows XP, but it should work for 56k modems too.QoS Packet Scheduler is a method of network bandwidth management that can monitor theimportance of data packets and depending upon the priority of the packet, give it higher or lower  priority or bandwidth levels. It's not very useful unless you're using apps which are QoS-aware or running a server, so you can gain some network overhead back by turning it off. Note: This following tip will not work on XP Home Edition.Make sure you're logged on as actually "Administrator". Do not log on with any account that justhas administrator privileges.1.Start > Run > type gpedit.msc (not available in home version).2.Expand the Local Computer Policy branch.3.Expand the Administrative Templates branch.4.Expand the Network branch.5.Highlight the "QoS Packet Scheduler" in left window.6.In right window double click the "limit reservable bandwidth" setting.7.On setting tab check the ENABLED item.8.Where it says "Bandwidth limit %" change it to read 0 (ZERO).9.Close gpedit.msc.Effect is immediate on some systems, some need to re-boot.
Home Network Setup - What are the possible configuration settingsfor a home/SOHO network with 3-4 computers and an ADSL Internetconnection?
On this page I will describe the 4 variants or options that one has when connecting a home or smalloffice network to the Internet via an ADSL or Cable modem. Carefully read the pros and cons of each method and decide what's best for you.
Home Network Setup Option 1: Everything hooked to a Hub or Switch
Pros
Simple setup
 No server needed
Configure each PC manuallyCons
Maximum 4 PC's
Fixed IP addresses for all 4 PC's
Dial-in required per PC
 No Proxy
Hub ports = the number of PC's + 1
Only one PC at a time can be connected to the Internet
 
With this home network setup we connect all Ethernet cables (PC and ADSL) to a hub or switch.The hub or switch can be any model UTP based hub preferably with a uplink/MDI crossedconnector. You will need the uplink connector to connect the ADSL connector. If your hub does notcome with such a connector, you should buy or prepare a UTP crossed-over network cable and usethat instead. Your hub should have at least the amount of PC's plus 1 (ADSL) UTP ports.Layout:1.The ADSL cable goes to the splitter.2.The ADSL modem is connected to the splitter.3.The Ethernet cable from the modem either is connected to the uplink UTP connector of youhub, or - using a UTP crossed cable - to a regular UTP connector.4.Each PC is connected to a regular UTP port of the hub/switch.5.Each PC (maximum of 4!) should be configured as a ADSL client as described by your  provider. Each PC should have an unique IP address.
Home Network Setup Option 2: Everything to the Hub or Switch - one of thePCs is a server
Pros
Simple setup
 No manual PC configuration
Almost no limit to the number of PC's (254)
Dialup is done automatically
Proxy (WinRoute or similar)Cons
Server software (NAT or Proxy) or Microsoft Internet Connection Sharing (ICS) required
Configuring the server can be difficult
Hub ports = number PC's + 1
 
This network setup is similar to variant 1 with one difference: we have a server which enables us touse a different IP range for PCs.Layout:1.The ADSL cable goes to the splitter.2.The ADSL modem is connected to the splitter.3.The Ethernet cable from the modem either is connected to the uplink UTP connector of youhub, or - using a UTP crossed cable - to a regular UTP connector.4.Each PC is connected to a regular UTP port of the hub/switch.5.One of the PC's is to be configured as server either using software like WinRoute or Microsoft Internet Connection Sharing (Windows 2000, XP and ME have this standardincluded).
Home Network Setup Option 3: All PC's to a Hub or Switch - Server connectedto ADSL
Pros
Simple setup
 No manual configuration of PC's
Almost unlimited number of PC's (254)
Dialup done automatically
Separation between the Internet and the LAN
 No uplink or crossed UTP cable required
Hub ports = number PC's
Proxy (WinRoute or similar)

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