I have not been able to open more than 20 sockets on
any one computer. Every time I exceed this amount
I get the error telling me that there is not buffer space
available. Is there a way to increase this space? I thought
it might be handled with the config.sys BUFFERS= line but
it doesn't seem to change anything.
Assuming your talking about Win95, please look at the MS KB article at:
I think you will get what you want by modifying the MaxConnections
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