Make Internet Connection Faster on Mac OS X Leopard

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This is a guide on how to make your Internet Connection faster on any Mac running Mac OS X Leopard.

Method 1: System Preferences

1. Launch System Preferences

2. Under the "Internet and Network" category, select "Network"

3. Click the lock button near the bottom of the window (if needed) and type in your password. This is only if you have the lock, locked.

4. Then click "Advanced"

5. At the top, select "TCP/IP"

6. Then find "Configure IPv6"

7. Click the drop-down menu and select "Off"

8. Save your settings and exit System Preferences

Method 2: Terminal

1. Open Terminal

2. Type in/copy and paste the following commands (one by one)

sudo -s

sysctl -w net.inet.tcp.recvspace=65536

sysctl -w net.inet.tcp.sendspace=65536

sysctl -w net.inet.tcp.delayed_ack=0


3. After typing in the first command, type in your password (Please note that you will not see any characters in the Terminal windows as you type your password)

4. Run the remaining commands. When you hit exit, the commands entered are closed and you can close the Terminal window.

Congratulations! Your Mac should see improved Internet speed.