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Hi. We are have the following network hardware.

Client Computers (XP SP2) > HUB > ZOOM X4 ADSL MODEM > - INTERNET - > DLINK ADSL MODEM > SYMANTECH APPLIANCE VPN 100 FIREWALL > C.NET HUB > Wındows 2003 Term Server (Also domain controller, non exchange mail server and web server IIS6.0)

The problem is, clients are connecting to term server succesfully. But after a few minutes later, connection seems broken because the screen freezes for a while and automaticly reconnect it self. I have checked the the event viewer console and didnt see any thing which is related. So, it this a hardware problem or a software problem? Or any suggestions to solve this issue.
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by:Jay_Jay70
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personally i would be taking a guess at the fact you are still using HUBS :) i may be wrong but you are creating quite a path for your poor old remote calls to travel!
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by:gokhanoz
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C.net is a power switch and yes the client side is a old hub. Do you think that it affects that much? Because clients can connect another terminal server seesion (which is completely different setup) perfectly. So I guess problem is on my side whether if its a software or hardware.

thanks
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by:Jay_Jay70
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ah fair call! i was just taking a long shot :)
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by:Pete Long
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Mmm I once cured this very problem WITH a symantec FW100 ! but it turned out to be the Line that was dropping the RDP packets not the hardware
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by:gokhanoz
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Is there are any special event viewer which writes all the terminal service events on Windows Server 2003?
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by:modathir
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please run net diag command & dc diag command see if there is any problem on your networkor domain

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by:gokhanoz
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Problem solved. The bug is in the SYMANTECH APPLIANCE VPN 100 FIREWALL 's firmware. I have updated it.
Anyway, thanks for your help.
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by:Pete Long
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NO Probs wiith the PAQ/Refund

gokhanoz what firmware version did you deploy? 18F Im guessing  - what was the problem it fixed ? as its readme suggests it only fixes a VPN problem (forgive my curiosity - I Support a LOT of symantec firewalls)
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