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Old 11-01-2009
Network 42 UDP internet connections

First I had a problem: My internet was slow, now I know why, I have opened 42 connections to internet.
What can I do?


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Old 11-02-2009
You must have applications running that eat up UDP resources:
netstat -ab

from the DOS prompt will show you the name of the application that has the UDP port open.

If you do not know what each application does
will tell you.

Having 8-10 UDP connections is not abnormal. These are expected

These belong to Microsoft. If find other odd app names, you may have hitchhikers - i.e.,
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