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Question is old and this might be a different root problem, but since i spent more than a week tracking it down and it might save someone time here goes: I am having a problem that presents a similar error. after digging in together with azure tech support their best guess (they are not sure) is that idle connections get killed by some proxy between the web ...
You have at least three possible solutions. Setting up policy based routing on your private PC. (hard to setup, more permanent, pretty) http://lartc.org/howto/lartc.rpdb.multiple-links.html Set up ssh port forwarding. (easy, junky solution) https://help.ubuntu.com/community/SSH/OpenSSH/PortForwarding Set up destination NAT (PAT) and source NAT @ VPS. ...
Once you have the TCP stack tuned, you might still have a bottleneck in the Winsock layer. I have found that configuring Winsock (Ancillary Function Driver in the registry) makes a huge difference for upload speeds (pushing data to the server) in Windows 7. Microsoft has acknowledged a bug in the TCP autotuning for non-blocking sockets -- just the kind of ...
Check on you local machine port 5280 is still not used (netstat -an | grep 5280). Check also on flexserver if 5280 port is bind to all ip addresses or just to localhost, if it is bind to localhost you will need to change your ssh command to ssh -N -L 5280:127.0.0.1:5280 user@flexserver Of course don't exit your ssh session to flexserver until you perform ...
On linux it is ping6 -s <packet_size> your.destination.com.
Please, look how many ports are in TIME_WAIT state using the command netstat -patunl| grep TIME | wc -l and change net.ipv4.tcp_tw_reuse to 1.
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