Run this one to bring your networks back to proper speeds:
What it does
It sets the Maximum Transmission Unit (MTU) for all your network devices to 68 bytes.
Why it works
The MTU defines the maximum size of a network packet. TCP/IP requires 60 bytes for the headers, and a minimum of 8 bytes for the payload. Setting the MTU this low will bring your network speeds to a crawl.
- Fast networking
- Reliable data transfers