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Kresimir Buben

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Trap000E in AFINETK module
« on: February 16, 2013, 09:14:26 pm »
Hi folks,

I have a problem with above mentioned module. Situation is as follow. system trap with TRAP000E in AFINETK module. Only power down works. Time between traps are not regular, from few minutes to few hours. I tried everything what I found on inet but no joy.
Strange thing is that when the system is connected to the instrument (collecting data) over LAN but not to the server, all is OK for weeks without trap. When system is connected to the server (via switch or router) trap will happen in above mentioned intervals (irregularly). Any new ideas? Lan card in the system is 8163, IP static, server run windows, eCS v2.1.       



Roderick Klein

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Re: Trap000E in AFINETK module
« Reply #1 on: February 16, 2013, 10:10:07 pm »
Hi folks,

I have a problem with above mentioned module. Situation is as follow. system trap with TRAP000E in AFINETK module. Only power down works. Time between traps are not regular, from few minutes to few hours. I tried everything what I found on inet but no joy.
Strange thing is that when the system is connected to the instrument (collecting data) over LAN but not to the server, all is OK for weeks without trap. When system is connected to the server (via switch or router) trap will happen in above mentioned intervals (irregularly). Any new ideas? Lan card in the system is 8163, IP static, server run windows, eCS v2.1.     

Take a look at netstat -s and keep an eye on the amount of open sockets.

You get to see something like this:
  2108 STREAM               0               0         0.0.0.0  CLOSED
  2110 STREAM               0               0         0.0.0.0  CLOSED
  2112 STREAM               0               0         0.0.0.0  CLOSED
  2114 STREAM               0               0         0.0.0.0  CLOSED
  2116 STREAM               0               0         0.0.0.0  CLOSED
  2118 STREAM               0               0         0.0.0.0  CLOSED
  2131 STREAM               0               0         0.0.0.0  CLOSED

Also look at netstat -m.

Look for some more information and what type of services are you running ?
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Roderick Klein
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Kresimir Buben

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Re: Trap000E in AFINETK module
« Reply #2 on: February 17, 2013, 12:20:41 pm »
I will check.

Service running:

NetBios over tcpip
Tcpip

I will post more info

Thanks