TCP max connections or embryonic limits on NAT

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Oct 1st, 2007


Zero means no limits on both embryonic and tcp connections.

We could set it to from 0 to 65535.

What I really want to know is there is any difference between setting it to 0(unlimited) and to 65535?

If we set it to 0, tcp connections could exceed over 65535?

I have this problem too.
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panoratech Wed, 10/03/2007 - 17:21

So, techinically if we set it to 0, tcp connections idealy could exceed over 65535?

We need to split up one ip address for a service into two ip addresses mainly because we're getting over 65535 simultaneous connections for one natted ip address.

Thanks in advance


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