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   I am working with UW2.0.1 . I am facing one strange problem in my server. Whenever we  tries to ftp big files to this server or from this server, the system is disconnecting from the network. after this i am not able to telnet this machine from my other machines. ie. tottally disconnecting from the network.. This is happening only if u tries to ftp big file (more than 1MB) from this server or to this server.

 
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Question by:mon1
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by:jeremyk
ID: 2609650
I have seen this before. It seems like your NIC card is having problems.  Either a.) with the bus, or b.) with the OS.  I had the same exact symptons as your having, I swapped out the card and they all went away.
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by:mon1
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means i want to replace the card. or reconfgiure it.
earlier this card is working fine. recently i reinstalled the OS. after this only i am facing the problem.
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by:deana080698
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This maybe related to the other problem you have posted - try using netstat -m to check for TCP/IP streams failures ...
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by:deana080698
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This maybe related to the other problem you have posted - try using netstat -m to check for TCP/IP streams failures ...
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by:mon1
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while i am using netstat -m , it is showing illeagal option ...
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philiph_elvis earned 20 total points
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UnixWare 2.0.1 is extremely old and suffers from many, many networking bugs. you may be able to fix this problem, but I recommend STRONGLY that you upgrade to UnixWare 2.1.3.

ptf2006 may help in this situation.  It's the only UW20x networking ptf which seemed relevant.  Get it at http://www.sco.com/support.

Again, the answer here is you must upgrade to UnixWare 2.1.3.  UW201 has many problems.  It's not y2k compliant, for instance.
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