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Old 05-06-2005 , 10:48 AM    #4 (permalink)
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RE: Terminated due to comm error / Client Disconnects
Yes it is during regular chatting. My media is already at website. Hm.. and ADSL - that's a client's line. Server is connected to inet using dedicated access line (leased line). Of course channel capacity can be bottleneck in case of hundreds users. But trouble is that there is only ONE user (two with me) :( . Maybe there is a way to make server insensitive to data transmit/receive delays ? How does it find out that there is a comm error ? Wut's does it consider to be a comm error ? :?:

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