Re: QoS : Traffic control API failure



Hi Olivier,
Nice to hear from you! :)

I want to confirm whether or not you have the reskit. If so, you could try
to install and run TcMon from the reskit. This brings up a GUI. Then please
select the NIC which you are using (in the drop-down list at the top), then
click on the Parameters tab. Check "Link Speed", "Non-best-effort limit"
and "Remaining bandwidth" numbers reported there. Link Speed should be
12500000 bytes/sec for 100Mbps NIC, and the other two should read 10000000
bytes/sec.
If not, something is misconfigured. If you has some special filter drivers
installed (e.g., NDIS filter driver) then try uninstalling those. You can
view these via Network Connections folder by right-clicking on the adapter
and selecting "Properties".

Thanks for your understanding!

Best Regards,

Terry Fei [MSFT]
Microsoft Community Support
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