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exparisstevie

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Hi Guys,

Can anyone help me with this problem? - I'm getting the following message many times a day in event viewer:

TCP/IP has reached the security limit imposed on the number of concurrent TCP connect attempts.

Is there something I can do to raise the imposed limit?

Any help appreciated..

Stevie
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yes there is. if you want to go into the registry an change settings in 3 different places,thats an option. or you can get a nifty program called tcp optimizer which does it for you simple, safe and most of all effictive. oh.. its free as well :whistling: it can be found at a number of sites major geeks.com look for internet tools on the left
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Hi there,

Thanks for that - I also came across a patch for the event id 4226 that's let me increase the number of half open connection to any number I like - don't think i'll need anymore than 100 but it's nice to have the control of my own system.

Thanks again.



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