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C:\Windows>netsh interface tcp set global ? Usage: set global [[rss=]disabled|enabled|default] [[chimney=]disabled|enabled|default] [[autotuninglevel=] disabled|highlyrestricted|restricted|normal|experimental] [[congestionprovider=]none|ctcp|default] [[netdma=]disabled|enabled|default] [[dca=]disabled|enabled|default] [[ecncapability=]disabled|enabled|default] [[timestamps=]disabled|enabled|default] Parameters: Tag Value rss - One of the following values: disabled: Disable receive-side scaling. enabled : Enable receive-side scaling. default : Restore receive-side scaling state to the system default. chimney - One of the following values: disabled: Disable Chimney offload. enabled : Enable Chimney offload. automatic: Enable Chimney offload with performance heuristics. default : Restore Chimney offload state to the system default (automatic). autotuninglevel - One of the following values: disabled: Fix the receive window at its default value. highlyrestricted: Allow the receive window to grow beyond its default value, but do so very conservatively. restricted: Allow the receive window to grow beyond its default value, but limit such growth in some scenarios. normal: Allow the receive window to grow to accomodate almost all scenarios. experimental: Allow the receive window to grow to accomodate extreme scenarios. congestionprovider - One of the following values: none: Use the built-in standard congestion control algorithm. ctcp: Use the add-on Compound TCP congestion control algorithm. default: Restore the selected provider to the system default. netdma - One of the following values: disabled: Disable use of NetDMA by TCP/IP. enabled : Enable use of NetDMA by TCP/IP. default : Restore state to the system default (enabled). dca - One of the following values: disabled: Disable Direct Cache Access when using NetDMA. enabled : Enable Direct Cache Access when using NetDMA. default : Restore state to the system default (disabled). ecncapability - One of the following values: disabled: Disable ECN Capability. enabled : Enable ECN Capability. default : Restore state to the system default. timestamps - One of the following values: disabled: Disable RFC 1323 timestamps. enabled: Enable RFC 1323 timestamps. default: Restore state to the system default. Remarks: Sets TCP parameters that affect all connections. Example: set global enabled enabled normal set global rss=enabled chimney=enabled autotuninglevel=normal

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netsh interface tcp set global - Windows Seven - command Sets global TCP parameters. / Windows Seven
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