Subject Re: [ib-support] IB Performance
Author Artur Anjos
Yes, I agree with you. I was wrong on the 10 network connections. There is
this 10 users limit. (But also in support you find the registry key to
change this value). I never used a W2K Pro as a file server and I was
mistake in here. My appologies to the list.

But this are network connections. See my last post regarding FB.

Artur

----- Original Message -----
From: "Christian G├╝tter" <cguetter@...>
To: <ib-support@yahoogroups.com>
Sent: Friday, October 19, 2001 4:13 PM
Subject: RE: [ib-support] IB Performance


> Hi Artur,
>
>
> > And, by the way, there isn't a 10 incoming network
> > connections either in Win NT Wks/W2K Prof. The differences
> > between Server Editions are different for
> > connections: You "can" share your CDROM in a W2K Prof with
> > all network (and with all internet if you want to) without such limit.
> >
> > I think you are confusing about the "Windows NT/2K 10 initial
> > licences", don't you?
>
> here is an exerpt from the Microsoft knowledge base:
>
> ---
> SYMPTOMS
> When a user at a computer that is running Windows NT, Windows 2000
> Professional, or Windows XP attempts to connect to a Windows NT
> Workstation system that already has ten users connected to it, the
> following error message appears:
>
> No more connections can be made to this remote computer at this time
> because there are already as many connections as the computer can
> accept.
> When an eleventh user at a Windows for Workgroups version 3.x system
> attempts to connect to a Windows NT Workstation system that already has
> ten users connected to it, the following error message appears:
> Error 71. The network request was not accepted.
> NOTE:
>
> CAUSE
> Ten is the maximum number of other computers that are permitted to
> simultaneously connect over the network to Windows NT Workstation 3.5,
> 3.51, 4.0, Windows 2000 Professional, and Windows XP Professional. For
> Windows XP Home Edition, the maximum number of other computers that are
> permitted to simultaneously connect over the network is five. This
> limits includes all transports and resource sharing protocols combined.
>
> This limit is the number of simultaneous sessions from other computers
> the system is permitted to host. This limit does not apply to the use of
> administrative tools that attach to the system from a remote computer.
> ---
>
> Here you will find the complete article:
> http://support.microsoft.com/support/kb/articles/Q122/9/20.asp?LN=EN-US&
> SD=gn&FR=0&qry=limit%20connections&rnk=3&src=DHCS_MSPSS_gn_SRCH&SPR=NTW4
> 0
>
> So, as I understand, there is a limit of 10 inbound connections.
>
> Do you agree?
>
>
> Cheers,
>
> Christian
>
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