Re: Logs to show Ping strength???
Date: Sat, 20 Dec 2003 16:44:15 GMT
pings are not 'stronger' or 'weaker' only the number and the size of the
packets in each ping...
just do this.. drop the 50.00 to get a linksy or smc or dlink or ? small
let it handle the dropping of packets and let you cruise the internet in
ease... there IS a slight overhead in your software based firewall on your
pc handling packets coming IN and the ones heading out...
take the load off.. and get a hardware router/firewall
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