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TCP max connections or embryonic limits on NAT

Hi,

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?

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Re: TCP max connections or embryonic limits on NAT

For host or network:

0 = unlimited

65000 = no more than...

A.

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Re: TCP max connections or embryonic limits on NAT

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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