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Event 4226 - TCP/IP implementation in Windows XP

I was told that after SP2 the TCP/IP implementation in Windows XP is limited to 10 concurrent half-open TCP connections. I build video servers with megapixel cameras and am worried this might be limiting performance. My questions are:
1. Is there a way to get around this in XP?
2. Does XP64 bit have the same limitation?
3. Does windows 7, 32 or 64 bit have the same limitation?
Thanks,
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download TCP-Z (free software) from :

http://www.softpedia.com/get/Tweak/Network-Tweak/TCP-Z.shtml

program support all version of Windows XP SP2/SP3, include 32bit & 64bit; Support all version of Windows Vista & SP1, include 32bit & 64bit; Support Windows 7 M3.

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uetian1707: Am I understanding it correctly in that it only applies to unsuccessful attempts? Connecting to 20 IP cameras for instance would not be a problem if all of the cameras were online?

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uetian1707: ??

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