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INCREASING RAS PORT SPEDD!

INCREASING RAS PORT SPEDD!

INCREASING RAS PORT SPEDD!

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I recently setup a vpn from home to office.  Client is a win98 machine.  Server is NT4.0 running PPTP.  I use dsl for the connection.  My connection speed is 9600.  Does anyone know how to increase the speed.  PLEASE HELP!

ROB
rcarney@ahearncpa.com

RE: INCREASING RAS PORT SPEDD!

Hi Rob,

As far as I am aware the 9600 speed reported for the connection is standard for PPTP to an NT 4.0 server. I get exactly the same behaviour here. The 9600 figure is not entirely accurate however apparently. I did a bit of searching around and bumped into the following url which might be of use to you

http://www.microsoft.com/technet/inside/7-5-99.asp

Hope this helps!

Dave

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