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Jan
14
comment Shrinking TCP Window Size to 0
Hmm... alright then try to simplify your problem, if possible take the ASA out of the equation just for testing and put a normal linux/freebsd box inbetween with a network sniffer and see what happens, if that does the same then you know the TCP stack of one of those servers is at fault. Otherwise posting your ASA configuration here might also help diagnose.
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comment IPv6: Should I have private addresses?
Well global addresses are needed for ipv6 routing outside your network and local addresses are automatically created as soon as you start ipv6 on your interface. If I were you I would only add global scope addresses to the servers that you want to be internet visible, also keep in mind a good firewalling practice for those addresses of course.
Jan
13
comment Shrinking TCP Window Size to 0
Then I would definitely go for an ASA version upgrade, this is as said an old ASA bug.
Jan
13
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answered Shrinking TCP Window Size to 0
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answered IPv6: Should I have private addresses?
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comment Is there any problems in mysql5.1 server with mysql5.0 client?
Of course! 5.1 to 5.1 will always take full potential of the new features implemented in 5.1 server which the 5.0 client do not necessarily support. Also 5.1 client is completely backwards compatible with 5.0 and 4.1 which makes the update not problematic.
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