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Pserver Error message - All send buffer full

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One of my pserver keeps unloading after displaying a message  saying that "All Send Buffer Full".  Sometime this problem happens after a few days the pserver is reloaded.  Sometime, just a few hours.

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Khee Wei
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Not enough information,  What PSERVER (NLM or EXE) if 3.12?  Set the spx connections to
80 if on a workstation.
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I'm using a Pserver.nlm on a server.
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Check you LAN drivers,  make sure they are up to date or the latest and not the ones shipped
with 3.12 if you are using that version.
You must give more information or we have to guess.  What is your configuration?
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