Re: End-user network reconfig...>

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Posted by Jeff Cinelli on March 07, 2018 at 15:16:21:

In Reply to: End-user network reconfig...> posted by Tom Fulton on March 06, 2018 at 09:25:04:

Here are a few things to try.

1. On the server, clear the ARP casche. Run a command prompt elevated, and type arp -d *
2. Disable Global Autotuning on the client's network card. I've found more times where this causes problems than does any good. Run a command prompt elevated, and type netsh int tcp set global autotuninglevel=disabled Reboot when done.
3. Install PingInfoView on the client, and run it for a while to monitor connections to the server. You can enter multiple IP addresses, and see what you see.
4. If you're not using IPV6, temporarily turn that off on the client. See if that helps.

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