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    I have a number of zeroshells (ver14) deployed in my network but have come across an issue with medium/large file downloads and windows 7. The issue seems to be related to autotuninglevel and windows 7.

    The problem is that when users download mid to large files it takes a long time to download and if you are trying to watch a YouTube video it will stall after about 30 seconds of play and look as though it buffering but never complete the download.

    The issue is only on windows 7 machines (possibly vista as well) and it can be resolved by issuing the command “netsh interface tcp set global autotuninglevel=disabled” on the windows 7 PC from cmd prompt. I have replace the zeroshell for test purposes with a cheep broadband router and the issue also goes away. The problem seems to be hardware and browser independent.

    Is there any known issue and fix on the zeroshell for this type of problem

    Thanks
    Sker

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