"Can't read stream because the TCP connection..."

Doc Searls Manila-Newbies@userland.com
Fri, 12 Jul 2002 05:48:35 -0700

Unfortunately, things seem okay now. Only one error in the last ten saves.


At 10:55 PM -0700 7/11/02, Eric Soroos wrote:
>Sorry, I should have been more precise. The duplex setting on the
>win2k machine's nic should only matter in a lan situation.
>>  dropped packets going
>>  from Radio (and Frontier) running on OS X to a frontier server
>running on
>>  Win 2K that the packets were not resent properly.  Is this an
>>  that there is a problem at the OS level with the tcp transport or do
>>  think that it is an issue in the application.
>It's certainly indicitave of a tcp level problem. I'd be interested in
>seeing tcpdump captures of the traffic near each computer. (if it can
>be duped on flat simple lan, that would be ideal, but if not, then
>captures on or near the computers involved.)
>>  From the client side it was
>>  possible to duplicate the problem to some extent using the builtin
>>  commands in applescript.  Any thoughts???
>I'd be curious to know if it happened from the bsd side of things,
>perhaps with a telnet http request/post or perhaps perl.
>>  Sorry that this is not very newbie seeming
>We're probably into frontier-server--protocol-geeks territory now.


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