Jotting this one down for my own reference:
Came across this on reddit and had me laughing hard
ODP.NET is finally out of Beta and is now synced with the 12c client. Managed ODP.NET client v220.127.116.11.0 can be downloaded from the Oracle’s OTN site.
Related OTN sections:
- Oracle Database 12c / Oracle Database 12c related downloads
- Oracle Data Provider for .NET
- Oracle .NET Developer Center
If you have a very decent internet connection (equal to or more than 4 mbps) but still not able to stream YouTube video’s without it waiting for buffering a lot, it maybe because your local ISP could be using a CDN for caching YouTube instead of loading from the main site.
There is an easy way to bypass this throttling by asking your OS to block traffic from the caching CDN and loading the content directly from YouTube by simply providing the following command at elevated command prompt
netsh advfirewall firewall add rule name="YouTube Cache Bypass" dir=in action=block remoteip=18.104.22.168/24,22.214.171.124/16 enable=yes
and if you later need to disable the rule use
netsh advfirewall firewall delete rule name="YouTube Cache Bypass"
I am able to feel the difference in YouTube streaming after adding the above rule to the firewall and a happy YouTube customer again
Source:How to stop YouTube sucking (Windows guide)