How To – Boost Up Slow Internet Connection using CMD

Hello Users !!

Are you fed up with your internet speed ? You’re not getting full speed as per your internet plan ? No problem. Here’s the solution. In this article, i am going to tell you some fixes on your computer through which you can get maximum bandwidth and then you are able to boost up slow internet connection. Lets start without wasting much of time. You can also watch video available at the end.

Boost Up Slow Internet Connection using CMD
#1 Open command prompt using administrator privileges.

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       Goto Start , type cmd then right click on icon and select “Run as Administrator”.

#2 Reset DNS Cache

In cmd, type “ipconfig /flushdns” without quotes and hit enter to flush dns cache.

ipconfig /flushdns

boost internet speed using cmd

#3 Enable GlobalChimney

After flushing dns cache, type some few commands – 

netsh int tcp show global

boost internet speed using cmd

 

netsh int tcp set global chimney=enabled

 boost internet speed using cmd

netsh int tcp set global autotuninglevel=normal

boost internet speed using cmd

        

#4 Ping Your Connection

         In cmd, type “ping -t 192.168.1.1” and press enter. Replace “192.168.1.1” with your default gateway. You can find this by typing ipconfig in the cmd window. Regularly apply this method to speed up internet by continous replying of ping connection while browsing or downloading.

boost internet speed using cmd

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Akshay Sharma

Akshay Sharma is a Cyber Security Analyst. He is a CCNA certified and owner of TheHackerStuff.

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