i am sharing my wireless router with my roommates. through the router statistic view, i see a guy, whose UDP packages send in 5 sec. is only half as much as i did, but the total bytes he send in 5 sec. is twice as much as i did. the TCP package statistic value is almost the same. i think, his network speed is twice as faster as my network speed.
how he did this? i guess he changed his MTU value, is it correct?
i am using win7, i guess so he does.
i am not using any special network driver.
i am not network expert, so no special settings. i guess all protocols are active.
i do not have antivirus, i am using win7 default firewall. not sure about him.
also, i noticed a very interesting pattern. his UDP packages will boost for a while, and then drop to about 10, but the bytes he send/receive keeps a very high value. may be he is using some tool to hide his UDP packages?