Can I disable Media Sense at all?

Ed

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Hi,

After network device reset ther is no TCP connection for 8 seconds due to
Media Sense.
There was no connection break in earlier versions of Windows (before Media
Sense).
Disabling it with DisableDHCPMediaSense=1 does not make any difference..
Can I disable Media Sense at all or set some enlarged time-out?

Ed
 
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Just reboot after setting
Arkady

"Ed" <e_d_soft_at@at_mail.ru> wrote in message
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Hi,

After network device reset ther is no TCP connection for 8 seconds due to
Media Sense.
There was no connection break in earlier versions of Windows (before Media
Sense).
Disabling it with DisableDHCPMediaSense=1 does not make any difference.
Can I disable Media Sense at all or set some enlarged time-out?

Ed
 

Ed

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On Thu, 01 Sep 2005 19:46:41 +0500, Arkady Frenkel
<arkadyf@hotmailxdotx.com> wrote:

Yes, I rebooted and noticed that TCP behaviour changed - now there is no
reset of the TCP stack configuration after Media Off event.
But it makes no good for me - there is still no connection
8 seconds after device reset.
I just want to disable Media Sense feature totally.

Thanks anyway
Ed

> Just reboot after setting
> Arkady


> "Ed" <e_d_soft_at@at_mail.ru> wrote in message
> news:eek:p.swfa6sqro2ffqe@eug-xp...
> Hi,
>
> After network device reset ther is no TCP connection for 8 seconds due to
> Media Sense.
> There was no connection break in earlier versions of Windows (before
> Media
> Sense).
> Disabling it with DisableDHCPMediaSense=1 does not make any difference.
> Can I disable Media Sense at all or set some enlarged time-out?
 

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