• Subject: TCP/IP connection
  • From: Maurice Langeveld <MauriceLa@xxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 11 Dec 1997 11:11:01 +0100

We have a TCP/IP connection between two routers to our vendor, every
three minutes the line is coming up, whole day. In my understanding the
keep-alive parameter within TCP/IP is doing this, at our side it's
standing on 120 minutes, so I'm thinking it could not be our side.

Are there more parameters within TCP/IP who could handle this ping every
three minutes???

>How often can you afford to be unexpectedly out of business?
>Get an AS/400.

>Maurice Langeveld
>IT Service Delivery @ EnerTel HQ
>Technical specialist
- Business:      Mauricela@Enertel.nl
- Private:          CFC@DDS.NL

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