Is there any way to get Windows close the port without
--- Marc <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> With what I have see with the time, one port is skip
> for each transaction.
> so with the range you have, only 2 transactions can
> be done.
> Windows keep the port open for some time, so you
> come at the end with no
> more port to do transaction. Even with a bigger
> range like 100 ports, you
> can easily come to with no free port just by
> checking some directory just
> because this will use a port for each send.
> The PasvPortRangeStart set the start
> the max set the max and when the server can't use
> any port, this give you
> the No available PASV ports.
> At 03:50 2005-11-09 +0000, you wrote:
> >There is only one client, this client connects to
> >server checks some files and disconnects at some
> >specified intervals(polling). So In this case the
> >number 5 must be sufficient. PasvPortRangeStart is
> >default 16384. Does this means that the application
> >use 16384..16388.. If any port in this range is in
> >use, then application fails or it is exceeds this
> >16388 limit...
> > >> I ran ftpserver program, and the clients in
> > >> mode but after a while constantly I am getting
> > >> available PASV ports error.
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