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  • Ip 125.125.125.x is faster than other Ip Ranges....

    says this article: http://www.tweak3d.net/tweak/lan/2.shtml

    roflmao...somehow i do not believe that ONE LITTLE BIT!

  • #2
    I wouldn't have thought it would have made any difference.

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    • #3
      Actually, that IP range is reserved for future use by IANA (the assigning body for IP addresses). Using that IP on the Internet is illegal, and can land you in BIG ****!!! :eek:

      No, I don't believe it either :p

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      • #4
        its faster when you have a gigabit network

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        • #5
          what are we talking here tho kheldar:
          . <- one-tenth of that amount of a difference?

          in all reality, who designs their network around IP addys that'll "resolve quicker"

          can u explain wot it is in the way TCPIP works that makes these IPs quicker to understand than others?

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          • #6
            Sounds like a load of bollocks to me! If you're going to be that worried about speed, why not use UDP instead of TCP?

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            • #7
              cos some of us like a little reliability now and then.. if our OS can't give it to us, then hopefully something can.. :D

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              • #8
                :eek: illegal.........:eek: oh dear :s

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                • #9
                  You're probably right Beefy, plus the fact it isn't a click in the box kind of option like TCP is. It would be able to give a bit of a kick in the arse for speed in a switched network environment though.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Grim Reaper
                    says this article: http://www.tweak3d.net/tweak/lan/2.shtml

                    roflmao...somehow i do not believe that ONE LITTLE BIT!
                    Sorry I havent read the article above and I probly won't but I am guessing that it has something to do with the "AND"ing process.

                    Okay going back to my corner now

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