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Hi, my problem is somewhat hard to explain. I use ESERV on my local server (home network, runing windows 98). After reboot, connecting to the internet, bringing up my firewall and starting ESERV everything works fine... However after browsing (sometimes 4 hrs, sometimes half an hour intensive browsing) some picture are not displayed (famous red x in a white box), and messages like "page cannot be displayed" start to appear.
The only thing I have to do is to stop and restart ESERV and then it works for some time...

my version: build 3429, 17.01.2003, I run URICODE, see my remark below...

does this sound familiar to anyone...? (help... )

kind regards, Edgar
 
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pig19.05.2003 19:24
Please check log\mmddHTTP.log files. In case of multiple 10055 "Thread return" error codes see http://support.microsoft.com/support/kb/articles/Q196/2/71.ASP
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ramjet22.07.2003 11:33
I have the same problem, and it is indeed the one you mentioned, but the fix seems not to apply to Windows 98. Can I fix this on Windows 98?
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pig22.07.2003 11:48
For Win98:
[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\System\CurrentControlSet\Services\VxD\MSTCP] "MaxConnections"="10000"


For Win95:
[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\System\CurrentControlSet\Services\WinSock\Parameters\MSTCP] @="10000"


There was a note that value must be 10000 or higher; the value of 5000 causes the error to appear more recently.
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ramjet23.07.2003 04:49
Thanks for your help. What would be the highest value that is allowed? We use Eserv for a school that could have up to 80 computers all accessing the internet through it, so the higher value the better.
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pig23.07.2003 10:05
Probably, the maximum value may be 65535.
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