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Windows TCPIP Registry Settings

Windows TCPIP Registry Settings

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Windows TCP/IP Registry Entries
Important
This section, method, or task contains steps that tell you how to modify the registry. However, seriousproblems might occur if you modify the registry incorrectly. Therefore, make sure that you follow these stepscarefully. For added protection, back up the registry before you modify it. Then, you can restore the registry if aproblem occurs. For more information about how to back up and restore the registry, click the following articlenumber to view the article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:322756 How to back up and restore the registry in WindowsThe value entries that are described in this article do not normally exist in the Windows registry; they must be addedto the following registry key:
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\System\CurrentControlSet\Services\VxD\MSTCP
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BroadcastAddress = broadcast address in hexadecimalData Type: DWORDFor Windows 98, the Data Type is a String value.Specifies the address to use for NetBIOS name query broadcasts. The default is based on the IP addressand the subnet mask.
BcastNameQueryCount = integerData Type: DWORDFor Windows 98, the Data Type is a String value.Specifies the number of times the system will retry NetBIOS name query broadcasts. The default is 3.
BcastQueryTimeout = millisecondsData Type: DWORDFor Windows 98, the Data Type is a String value.Specifies the period of time the system will wait before timing out broadcast name queries. Theminimum value is 100. The default is 750.
BSDUrgent = 0 or 1Data Type: DWORD
 
For Windows 98, the Data Type is a String value.If this value is 1, it specifies that Microsoft TCP/IP is to treat urgent data the way some UNIX systems do(with a maximum of 1 byte of urgent data, for example). If this value is 0, it specifies that the stack is tohandle urgent data as specified by RFC 1122. The default is 1.
CacheTimeout = millisecondsData Type: DWORDFor Windows 98, the Data Type is a String value.Specifies how long NetBIOS names are cached. The minimum is 60,000 milliseconds (1 minute). Thedefault is 360,000 milliseconds (6 minutes).
DeadGWDetect = 0 or 1Data Type: DWORDFor Windows 98, the Data Type is a String value.Specifies whether Microsoft TCP/IP will use another gateway if the current default gateway seems to bedown. The default is 1.
DefaultRcvWindow = 16-bit numberData Type: DWORDFor Windows 98, the Data Type is a String value.Specifies the default receive window advertised by TCP. The default is 8192.
DefaultTOS = 8-bit numberData Type: DWORDSpecifies the default type of service (TOS) for IP packets initiated by Microsoft TCP/IP. The default is 0.
DefaultTTL = 8-bit numberData Type: StringSpecifies the default time to live (TTL) for IP packets from Microsoft TCP/IP. The default is 32.
DnsServerPort = portData Type: DWORD
 
For Windows 98, the Data Type is a String value.Specifies which DNS server port to send queries to when resolving a name using DNS. The default is 53.
EnableProxy = 0 or 1Data Type: DWORDFor Windows 98, the Data Type is a String value.If this value is 1, it specifies that this computer is a WINS proxy agent. The default is 0.
IGMPLevel = 0, 1, or 2Data Type: DWORDFor Windows 98, the Data Type is a String value.Specifies the level of support allowed for IP multicast, corresponding to the levels in RFC 1112. Thedefault is 2.
InitialRefreshT.O. = millisecondsData Type: DWORDFor Windows 98, the Data Type is a String value.Specifies the interval over which to contact WINS to refresh the name. The minimum is 16 minutes, andthe maximum is approximately 50 days (0xFFFFFFFF). The default is 960,000 milliseconds (16 minutes).
KeepAliveTime = millisecondsData Type: DWORDFor Windows 98, the Data Type is a String Value.Specifies the connection idle time in milliseconds before TCP will begin sending keepalives, if keepalivesare enabled on a connection. The default is 2 hours (7,200,000).
KeepAliveInterval = 32-bit numberData Type: DWORDFor Windows 98, the Data Type is a String value.Specifies the time in milliseconds between retransmissions of keepalives, once the KeepAliveTime hasexpired. Once KeepAliveTime has expired, keepalives are sent every KeepAliveInterval milliseconds until

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