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When telneting from a server to a client that is connected via wireless the connection is refused whereas on the same pc when connected via CAT 5 the connection it is accepted. The packet decode shows that TCP flag is getting reset on the wireless connection but the client send a SYN packet on when the PC is wired. Any ideas as to what can cause this? Thanks

asked 15 Mar '11, 19:17

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That sounds like a firewall blocking incoming connections on your wireless link.

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answered 16 Mar '11, 00:33

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