Windows Server 2003 connection problems

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I am seeing converstions with my IIS6 server terminate after about 15 min during a download of a large file. A tcpdump shows the server is sending out a rst/ack packet (not good) followed by 20 more rst packets to the destination IP. I was able to capture the failure as it happened but I have no idea why the server would rst the session when there is no visible reason to do so. TCP/IP Guru's are welcome to reply Thank you
ASKED: December 21, 2006  1:08 PM
UPDATED: November 24, 2007  7:20 PM

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I am not IIS guru or TCP/IP guru so I will just ask a couple of Questions.
Does the IIS server have a limit set for download size, or a time limit
have you checked the network cards for driver updates, or firmware updates, or can you try a different network card?
seems to me if everything is configured correctly it may be hardware related.

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  • Richl01
    I am not IIS guru or TCP/IP guru so I will just ask a couple of Questions. Does the IIS server have a limit set for download size, or a time limit have you checked the network cards for driver updates, or firmware updates, or can you try a different network card? seems to me if everything is configured correctly it may be hardware related.
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  • Wrobinson
    Do you have Windows Server 2003 Service Pack 2 installed? If so, make sure that all of your critical and performance updates are installed. Also check out http://support.microsoft.com/kb/912222.
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