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I have an application which imports data from a remote service every hour to be loaded into our data warehouse.
The application makes api calls to the remote service, these are of the form http://......

Recently the application started failing i.e the large data transfers did not complete

I have discovered that I can run the application on my desktop (which is on the same subnet) without incident.

Where do I start?
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If you believe that the problem is network related, then a network analyzer (like Wireshark) is the way to go.

Run the app on the working machine and capture the network traffic. Then do it again on the failing machine and capture the network traffic. Finally, compare the two result sets and see where they diverge. That should give you some hint.
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