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Killing established connections

markper

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I have been trying to troubleshoot an annoying TCP socket connection issue between our Win2003 server and a UNIX box. The UNIX box keeps sending back RST_ACK requests, so our Win2003 server keeps sending SYN requests. As a result, there are typically six established connections between these two. Till I can get this issue finally resolved, I would like to try and kill off all but one of these established connections. Is there a batch file I could execute to do this?
 
#2
sure is interesting. There must be something fishy with that tcp protocol. Convert to UDP, nomore ack or syn packets :) But im sure that isnt a valid solution. This one sounds tough.
 

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