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Subject: Re: tunnel has died after some weeks
From: Thomas Schaefer <mail,AT,thomas--schaefer,DOT,de>
Date: Fri, 22 Mar 2002 22:27:10 +0100
In-reply-to: <200203220742.46430@thomas--schaefer.de>


At first I have to tell the problem that the linux deamon exits did occur 
only 6-times while using 20 tunnels over a time of three months. (20NT-PC to 
Although I have had the problem also once. I am not able to reproduce it. 
Because the application (respective its udp-packets [snmp commands]) which 
has caused the crash is still in use and most of time without problems.
Additionally all versions (pre 9,10,11,12) are in use.( I lost a little the 
overview, where is which version installed)
And, it may sound stupid, I have no clue how to debug the windows version.
Do I have to start the service on the console with the command console? Do I 
need an Debugger? Or/AND should I increase the linux-debug level?

Unfortunatly the affected windows PCs are "my"  PC ( or the PCs of my 
colleagues) at work. I can't afford experiments which will fail. 
At home I have no running NT-system for test purposes.

Thomas Schäfer

> Can you get the log of the Windows side as well (using DbgView) ? I suppose
> the Windows side could be coercing the problem but I don't immediately see
> how.

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