We have this application that we use to grab information from one SQL Server and do some calculations and so on, then put information into another SQL Server. We have been having some issues with it lately where it just stops working. Originally I had found duplicate SPNs and removed the dups and the application started working. now it stopped again. I ran wireshark on the workstation that uses this application and I'm seeing a lot of bad TCP. can someone help me figure out what all this means?
asked 30 Sep '15, 07:45
edited 30 Sep '15, 13:09
Ok. That is no real error. If for a defined period (could be mostly configured and this case 30 sec.) no segements had beeen received then the stacks probes if the session is still alive with so called "TCP-KEEP-ALLIVES" You can identify the frames by their SEQ number, because it is
So it will tell the system 192.168.0.23 that it is still waiting.
answered 30 Sep '15, 13:37