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Windows 7: Unable to see TCP setting in 7068, why?

01 Apr 2009   #1
woolswell

Server 2008 R2 SP1, Win7 x64 Pro SP1
 
 
Unable to see TCP setting in 7068, why?

In the command prompt, type netsh interface tcp show global and press
Enter, the current TCP Global Parameters should appear. My 7068 x86
fails to do so , why?
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The Vista in the same destop got no such problem (sorry, my Vista is the
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Need your help, and thanks in advanced.




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03 Apr 2009   #2
Copyright

Windows 7 x64 7229
 
 

Type netsh /?, it seems tcp isn't part of the command anymore.
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03 Apr 2009   #3
johngalt

 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Copyright View Post
Type netsh /?, it seems tcp isn't part of the command anymore.
Notice the command again - netshow interface tcp show global - and it *is* still there.

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by woolswell View Post
In the command prompt, type netsh interface tcp show global and press
Enter, the current TCP Global Parameters should appear. My 7068 x86
fails to do so , why?
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The Vista in the same destop got no such problem (sorry, my Vista is the
Traditional Chinese version):
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Need your help, and thanks in advanced.
As to why it is not working, not sure. I tried both regular CMD as well as CMD with elevated privileges - same error.
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03 Apr 2009   #4
woolswell

Server 2008 R2 SP1, Win7 x64 Pro SP1
 
 

Many thanks to copyright and johngalt.

I installed and re-installed 7057x86, 7068x86, and 7068x64 the past two days and tried to
find what happened to my Windows 7.

The same problem exists in all above mentioned operation systems. Hence, I am almost sure that everyone who uses 7068 would meet the same thing.

Perhaps that's nothing to do with 'bug' and perhaps, I should use new parameters of the tcp/ip in 7068 which I know not right now.......

Anyway, thank copyright and johngalt.

Still waiting for some experts to teach me......
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04 Apr 2009   #5
Dwarf

Windows 8.1 Pro RTM x64
 
 

This would appear to be a bug, as I get the same message. The other options for netsh interface tcp show work correctly, it is only the global option that doesn't.
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04 Apr 2009   #6
woolswell

Server 2008 R2 SP1, Win7 x64 Pro SP1
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Dwarf View Post
This would appear to be a bug, as I get the same message. The other options for netsh interface tcp show work correctly, it is only the global option that doesn't.
Thanks for your reply.

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05 Apr 2009   #7
johngalt

 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Dwarf View Post
This would appear to be a bug, as I get the same message. The other options for netsh interface tcp show work correctly, it is only the global option that doesn't.
The chimney* require me to run ad admin, but only chimneyheuristics outputs anything - the rest were blank.

Finally, I found out that you can use netsh int tcp show * instead of having to type out interface (never knew that before, so I don't know if that was available before or not).
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08 Apr 2009   #8
woolswell

Server 2008 R2 SP1, Win7 x64 Pro SP1
 
 

So that's the bug of 7068.

In 7077, it's normal again:
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08 Apr 2009   #9
johngalt

 

It's a bug in 7068 and before, AFAIK, to 7022....
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09 Apr 2009   #10
woolswell

Server 2008 R2 SP1, Win7 x64 Pro SP1
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by johngalt View Post
It's a bug in 7068 and before, AFAIK, to 7022....
Hei, johngalt,

Thank you for accompanying me to tell the parameters of tcp/ip of
the Win 7.

In these days, I tried to find your posts and replies here in Seven Forums,
really, I learned a lot though you knowed not.

Thanks again for the useful knowledge.
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