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Point to Point Protocol over Ethernet

Warning! If you are connected using Point to...

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  Point to Point Protocol over Ethernet (PPPoE) 

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If you are connected using Point to Point Protocol over Ethernet (PPPoE) or do not know if you have a PPPoE connection you should select LAN, Cable, DSL, Satellite, ISDN, T1 (Safe). The Max setting you have selected is for Broadband customers that do not have a PPPoE connection. PPPoE customers using this setting may experience trouble connecting to some web sites. The Safe setting will correct this issue. You may want to contact your broadband provider if you have questions on your connection type. 

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  C:\Program Files (x86)\PCPitstop\Optimize\

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  Windows 7

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Last update: 26-Apr-2012 10:35 am