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cFosSpeed 5.13 Build 1692 Beta


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<img src="http://nsanedown.com/images/logos/cFosSpeed.png" class="logo" alt="cFosSpeed" title="cFosSpeed" />cFosSpeed is a network driver, which attaches itself to existing Internet connections. It then optimizes data transfer by means of Traffic Shaping. Traffic Shaping is a method for optimizing the Internet traffic. It allows maximum speed while ensuring minimal Ping. You can use cFosSpeed with a router and/or a DSL-modem or cable-modem. You can also use cFosSpeed with other types of Internet access, ie. whenever you already have an existing Internet connection. cFosSpeed supports a wide variety of connections, like DSL, cable, ISDN, UMTS, etc.

Thanks to <font color="red">dudulz</font> and <font color="red">jofre</font> for the update.

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Any feedback on stability or issues with 1692? Please post + or -.


All fine here !

WinXP Pro Sp3 ( 32bits )

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Thank You for feedback. Installed and is running stable with no noticeable changes in cpu or ram consumption.

Windows 7 Enterprise x86 Nvidia ION330.

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  • 3 weeks later...
cFosSpeed 5.13 build 1693

+ Added "DivX" to the list of streaming agents for the layer-7 protocol

+ HTTP GET requests are now sent to the high queue regardless of the class of
their connection.

+ Pinging with UDP is now preferred over ICMP, if both work. UDP pinging is
more reliable. This should fix Traffic Shaping not working properly with
some routers.

x Fixed sending priority of pings. This should increase reliability of

- cFosSpeed queues now by default outgoing data for a maximum of 1 sec instead
of 3 secs. This forces TCP to adjust to line conditions faster. You can
change this settings by setting "spd gset max_queue_time <time> -save", where
<time> is measured in milliseconds.

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