I've a syslog-ng instance on 2.0.9, which is old, but... this is enterprise IT and upgrading the versions is... fun... running on Solaris 10. I have this strange problem where some clients stop being ...
When you have a Windows machine (server or home edition) which is running 2 servers, and they are both listening on port 4000, however none have had a request to connect? What happens when a client ...
Sorry in advance if this question is a bit newbi-ish. I downloaded Microsoft Connection Manager and added multiple .rdg files for different servers I need to access. I can browse to only a few of ...
I'm doing some comet benchmarks and would like to see how many open connections I have. Actually I use netstat: netstat -ant | grep 8080 | grep EST | wc -l But it needs around 4-6 minutes to list ...
I know about tcpdrop which is in base distribution. But this tool requires port numbers to be specified. Is there any tool to drop connections by IP?
Please recommend an affordable cisco product capable of handling up to 100,000 plus simultaneous tcp connections [closed]
I am setting up my server lab, can you please recommend an affordable and very reliable router than can handle over 100,000 simultaneous open tcp connections without breaking a sweat? Thanks!