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this error message:"A connection was abortively closed after one of the peers sent a RST segment.

Posted on 2008-10-22
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i a trying to allow users to acces  only  a website without having access to other websites,, itried it on one website and it worked.i was trying it on another website.it did not work.i cjecke dthe ISA log and i always found that i got the following message:"A connection was abortively closed after one of the peers sent a RST segment."and the website is blocked.
what does this message means and how can i solve it?
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