Carl Johnson on 22 Mar 2012 14:43:51 -0700

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Re: [PLUG] web server sending TCP reset

Some ISP's do this to subscribers as a means to block/control P2P traffic. Not sure why a server would send them though.

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"Eric at" <> wrote:

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>A user of a site I'm developing is having connectivity problems and
>they started looking at their firewall logs.  They then asked the site
>owner why the site was sending so many TCP RESET packets.  So, he asked
>me.  I have no idea.... I've never heard of a web site sending TCP
>RESET packets... thought that was handled at a lower level.
>Sound familiar to anybody?  I'm (very rapidly) out of ideas.
>They're looking at it with Wireshark and will, I suppose, report back
>to me at some point.
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