Raise Your Connection Speed to 115Kbps

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You can actually raise your connection speed to 115kbps from 28kbps or 56kbps!

Like most devices, modems have options to set too.

These configureations are set in whats called Initialization
commands.

Before a modem dials a number to an ISP, it
checks this command line for any changes in the way it
performs. I won’t ramble on for an hour on how this works,
so I’ll tell you what to do.

(This example is for a Windows machine. Linux and Mac users are on their own, but it
shouldn’t be that hard to figure out.)

Get to Control Panel. If you use XP, switch to
classic view.

Double click phone and modem options, modems,
properties,advanced, and click on Extra Initialization
commands.

Now enter AT&FX (try &AX&FX if that command doesn’t
work) and hit ok. Now connect to the internet and notice you
boost in speed!

NOTE: Upgrading to a newer MS Internet Explorer release may add this key to your Registry during Setup, therefore you may need to delete it again after installing MS IE.anyway guys , this seems to be efficient to some extent …

(This example is for a Windows machine. Linux and Mac users are on their own, but it

shouldn’t be that hard to figure out.)

 

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