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Dst Port: six-degrees (3611)

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I've been troubleshooting a issue  with one of my servers running Windows 2003 R2 that lives in my customer environment (which I know little about in the way of network infrastructure). While doing a Wire Shark capture I'm noticing the following communications which I'm having a really hard time finding what it's about.


Transmission Control Protocol, Src Port: acr-nema (104), Dst Port: six-degrees (3611), Seq: 277, Ack: 9785337, Len: 0
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So you don't know anything about the network infrastructure, you don't describe the symptoms of the problem you're troubleshooting, but you've become obsessed with a packet you saw on Wireshark?

Forgive me for being rude, but that's not the right way to troubleshoot network issues.
1) What's the actual problem you are trying to fix?
2) What's the source and target device of this packet you are so concerned with?
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