problems with slow connections

Miroslav Kratochvil exa.exa at
Tue Apr 21 11:03:23 CEST 2009

On first thought, it seems like something is dropping your connection.
This can be caused by (massive) packet loss, misconfigured firewall,
or many other issues. In your case, I guess it's firewall.

You should try to examine client's behavior - in case of dropped
connection, it shoud exit with similar error; but it may also show the
cause of the problem - for example; crashing/misconfigured client
usually causes exactly this message.

On Tue, Apr 21, 2009 at 10:47 AM, Code Join <info at> wrote:
> Hi all,
> I'm back again. Thank you for the last answer which helped me to resolve the
> problem issue about the time_t 64 bits values.
> Here is a new question:
> I have build on my own a server application and a client application using
> the 2.7.3 library with Microsoft Visual C++ 2008 Express. Till I have tested
> my application with local connection everythings has gone ok. My first test
> with remote connections has failed.
> The client shuts with socket error 10060 and the server reports the minimal
> log you can see in screenshoot.
> Can I use setsockopt to set my timeout?
> In may program I have included the WINSOCK.H header instead of new ones
> Pietro Fabrizio
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