cFosBroadbandConnect (32bit) 1.06

What is cFos Broadband Connect?

cFos Broadband Connect is a high-performance Dial-Up driver for Internet Access with high bandwidth. While the driver shipped with Windows can only transfer up to 4.

cFosBroadbandConnect (32bit) 1.06

What is cFos Broadband Connect?

cFos Broadband Connect is a high-performance Dial-Up driver for Internet Access with high bandwidth. While the driver shipped with Windows can only transfer up to 4.5 Mbyte/s (= 36 Mbit/s), cFos Broadband Connect sends with 50 Mbyte/s (= 400 Mbit/s).
Tested with Gigabit LAN, Pentium 4 (3GHz).

cFos Broadband Connect is designed for maximum throughput under minimum CPU load. This leaves your CPU power to the actual Internet applications, like media players, etc. At full speed cFos Broadband Connect needs only 3% CPU time.

cFos Broadband Connect supports all important PPPoE parameters. These can easily be configured with the phone number used for the Dial-Up connection. With Auto-Detect cFos Broadband Connect finds all Internet access points connected to your system.

cFos Broadband Connect can also accept incoming calls. Thereby you can setup your own PPPoE server. This also allows your own speed tests with Gigabit ethernet cards.

cFos Broadband Connect allows multiple PPPoE sessions simultaneously. You can use any number of incoming and outgoing sessions. With the Service-Name' and 'AC-Name' parameters you can restrict connections to certain services or access points.

cFos Broadband Connect supports NDIS 6 under Vista, thereby providing even more network performance.

cFos Broadband Connect and cFosSpeed: A perfect team. High-performance data transfer plus Traffic Shaping, ie. maximum bandwidth and minimal Ping.

Features at a glance:

* PPPoE Dial-Up driver for Windows
* High-speed, 10x faster than the Windows driver
* low CPU usage
* PPPoE auto-detect, all PPPoE parameters configurable
* Incoming calls
* Multiple sessions, no limit for the number of connections
* Filtering with 'Service-Name' and 'AC-Name'
* NDIS 5.1 / NDIS 6 (under Vista / Windows 7)
Release notes: New Release
* cFosBC now supports VLAN tagging. By specifying 'prio=x' (value from 0-7,
default disabled) you can set the VLAN packet priority. 'vlan=id' sets the
VLAN ID. Both parameters are used in the dial string. If you specify VLAN
parameters, cFosBC ignores all packets not for a given VLAN ID or without
VLAN header. For incoming calls cFosBC switches to VLAN mode if the first
negotiation packet contains a VLAN header.
+ Added additional way of allocation to relieve non-paged pool.
x Fixed a problem under Vista where you could only establish one connection.
x Fixed potentially serious bug in interlocked handling.
x Multi-language fixes.
x Fixed connect problem. Thanks to Ralf Gailus again.
x Fixed broken taskbar icons. Thanks to Ralf Gailus for testing.
x Fixed an initialisation problem under Vista. Thanks to Ralf Gailus for
report.
[ cFosBroadbandConnect (32bit) full changelog ]

   



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