We have a Sun server with an Informix database loaded on it. About 60 users from PC's and other Suns telnet to the server to gain access to the database off and on throughout the day. Here lately, i guess more users are trying to telnet at the same time and we get an error message like this:
telnetd: All network ports in use.
Connection closed by foreign hosts.
What can be done to increase the number of users that can log into the Sun system at one time?
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