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TCP & FreePPP probs

Posted on 1997-03-17
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After I've been online and then disconnected, I encounter the following message when I try to reconnect:
Error involving DNS -23009
There are already 64 TCP or UDP streams open 37:456
I'm using a PWRMAC 7200/75 48 Mg, ot 1.1, freeppp2.5v2, Global Village Plat, OS7.5.5. AppleTalk inactive, etc.
Got any advice?
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Get OT 1.1.1 or later. OT 1.1.1 should have installed with System 7.5 Update 2, Update 2 Revision 2, or 7.5.5. OT 1.1.2 is available at www.apple.com. Beware, it's a nearly 10MB download!

You may also want to try OT PPP 1.0.1 instead of FreePPP 2.5v2 (which requires OT1.1.1 or later). Before you make the change, make sure you get the pertinent info from your ISP -- dialup number, domain name , start search order, end search order, etc.

I just made the changes to my Power Mac 9500 without hitch. If you need additional help, contact me at dooly@hooked.net

Good Luck.
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