|14 Jul 2010||#1|
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Problems with Lag
Hi guys..for the last 2 months my net has been going downhill..My ISP is Telstra (Helstra in fact)..
The HNG is not recognized by Windows (no surprise) and
Telstra dont supply a connection manager thats for Win 7
Telstra dont have drivers for it
Telstra say its end of life (but they wont upgrade it either unless you buy it for $499 )
Netcomm no longer support it
When I installed Win 7 it established the connection auto mode, it asked for user name password (I think). I assume I am using some version of a VPN for this (I have path pinged and first 2 hops the addys indicate a private network)
It forever uses LLMNR in some cases 2 instances of that at the same time despite the fact that I have disabled looking for networks and seeing that its a MS thing it just hogs bandwith, I have process Lasso running with my games prioritised but MS just over ride it.
There are times I absolutely hate MS.
Thing is is it possible to connect to my ISP without this VPN caper, is it possible to stop the OS from using LLMNR?
I use this PC for online gaming mostly. It's an expensive console in fact and I don't need all the BS that MS include and have running. I have doe everything I can think of.
Any help would be nice
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