Is it possible to adjust settings such as TTL, Rwin, and Max Connections on Ubuntu? I am having connectivity issues on Ubuntu with my wireless card. I experience the same issue on Windows XP, at least until I change those settings using TCP Optimizer. I figure if it works for Windows, it may work for Ubuntu as well
The IPV4 settings are accessible through proc filesystem at /proc/sys/net/ipv4
Example: to read the current TTL value:
To set a new TTL:
After you decide which settings you want you may wrap the commands in a simple bash script and add it to /etc/rc.local
There may be some GUI programs to do that, but real men don't need them, huh?