I begin to think that this is the problem - I was thinking two options: something with the Brazilian Portuguese version of IE, or something with a program that intercepts communications, like an antivirus. The only questions that remain are: why does this happen only with virtual pages and not with documents? Why does this happen only with IE and not with FireFox?
Bruno On 22/5/2005 13:05:52, Wilfried Mestdagh ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote: > Hello Bruno, > > I just downloaded the demo from Francois, and tryed the server on 3 > different machines (NT, W2K, XP), and every time connected with the 3 > machines with IE (different versions) to the server/bruno.html. Works > every time here. > > Also I have a several project with the HttpSrv without problem. so it > must be something on machines. Precides windows firewall witch does not > give many problems, a lots of virus scanners can give TCP problems. > > --- > Rgds, Wilfried > http://www.mestdagh.biz > > Sunday, May 22, 2005, 17:23, Bruno Sonnino wrote: > > > My system has all updates, but this happens also on other machines (I > can > > put the server in my machine or in other machines and the same > happens). > > > The program runs fine, just the connection > isn't closed, you can have many > > connections open at the same time, when they are not needed. The strangest > > thing is that it happens only in some machines (that's > why > you're not seeing > > it), in IE only and with virtual pages, not document pages. > > > I tried with a sniffer (PacketMon - do you have one better to recommend?), > > but I couldn't -- To unsubscribe or change your settings for TWSocket mailing list please goto http://www.elists.org/mailman/listinfo/twsocket Visit our website at http://www.overbyte.be