netsh interface ip reset, netsh winsock reset, winsockxpfix.exe, "re-establishing" TCP/IP protocol, and many others involving many, many reboots. Your second question: Where did those 2 DNS server addresses come from? I had already looked up 126.96.36.199 /16, but took another look at it and am now wondering why the numbers 188.8.131.52 /16 in particular are used. Check if shutting down that program/service resolves the issues. Source
Non Paged pool memory size cannot be configured. Page 2 of 3 < 1 2 3 > Thread Tools Search this Thread 10-08-2008, 09:07 PM #21 reovirus Registered Member Join Date: Sep 2008 Posts: 22 OS: If they do then you owe me a beer next time you visit the UK, if not... So let's see what all can be done to track down the problem.
The various reasons and its meanings are documented here. 820729 Error logging in HTTP API The one you are most likely to see here is "Connections_Refused". You can use the Windows task manager to find the process with a high handle count. reovirus 10-21-2008, 05:59 AM #40 reovirus Registered Member Join Date: Sep 2008 Posts: 22 OS: XP Professional I uninstall MS Security Update from July 8, 2008 as suggested By using this switch you take away 1 GB from Kernel and give it to user mode.
Browser (ie or fox) using names (http://www.cnn.com]) does not work. I ask(ed) about this b/c your 1st post on 9-24-08 included test results (from 9-23) which contained these #2; hence I have been under the impression that you always had these Our HTTP.sys driver tag starts with "UL", also known as Universal Listener. Both did not help me (or I did not put the right information?) The browsers cannot display any webpage.
I have not forgotten about Teredo, either - one Vista SP1 system here (no issues whatsoever w/ IE7): Code: Tunnel adapter Local Area Connection* 12: Connection-specific DNS Suffix . : Description I would get your advice from you to solve this problem. reovirus 10-15-2008, 04:00 PM #31 setchele Registered Member Join Date: Oct 2008 Posts: 2 OS: XPsp2 I tried all the suggestions made in this thread as well as Once you have isolated the problem this far, you should focus on finding what is exhausting the NPP.
What I want to talk about here today is one of the unpopular issues that come into our group, simply because it would appear that IIS has stopped functioning. Refusing connections when you are below the 20 MB limit for NonPagedPool Memory (NPP) is the default behavior of HTTP.SYS to keep the system stable. Click anywhere within Poolmon and press the letter B on the keyboard. Yesterday I posted the snapshots so you can tell me if I understood the instructions and did the necessary changes correctly. 10-14-2008, 07:49 PM #29 setchele Registered Member
Pinging any (valid) numeric IP address works fine. https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/821814 Note that HTML and ASP/ASP.net have a different processing pipe in IIS. Owa Page Cannot Be Displayed Exchange 2010 I assume it is about "# 184.108.40.206 nyc.rr.com" that appears in my 10/13/08 posting, the second snapshot. This Page Cannot Be Displayed Windows 7 I am not sure I understood everything, for that reason I did not try on the computer.
So the obvious next question would be: How to identify the owner of unknown tags? http://rss4medics.com/page-cannot/owa-sbs-2003-page-cannot-be-displayed.php The symptoms may indicate that the problem is where you see it is, but you may be completely wrong. KB 298102, How to Find Pool Tags That Are Used By Third-Party Drivers. Before I continue let me also remind you that it's a very bad idea to run a server with multiple roles, especially Domain controller, Exchange Services, Web Server, SQL Server etc. Iis Logs
sorry... This is where you get into the Windows side of things for troubleshooting. I do not mind some additional questions and posts. have a peek here The easiest way to find out how much NPP is being used is to look at the performance tab in Windows task manager.
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Wonderful. 10-16-2008, 08:58 AM #32 reovirus Registered Member Join Date: Sep 2008 Posts: 22 OS: XP Professional Congratulation for the properly working IE! For a small web application consumed by few users hosting web server on a DC may be alright, but you should consider adding a new box if the user base grows. Wrong way on a bike lane? Browser (ie or fox) using numeric IP addresses work fine.
As many of you know, on a 32 bit platform, the virtual address space for any application is 4 GB - 2 GB of user mode and 2 GB of Kernel ThinkPad notebooks, ThinkCentre™ desktops and other PC products are now products of Lenovo. River Crossing Puzzle Are there still systems around with a /bin/sh binary? Check This Out Join them; it only takes a minute: Sign up Here's how it works: Anybody can ask a question Anybody can answer The best answers are voted up and rise to the
So your affected machine probably has this in Boot.ini file. I have also tried adding additional DNS server IP address (my 10/14/08 posting). When I was verifying the connection to the server, using nbtstat -n command the name of the laptop was listed twice. The settings for our home network have always been: Obtain an IP address automatically Obtain DNS server address automatically The network includes one Dell desktop and two identical laptops Toshiba Qosmio.
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/912222 Essentially this allows for some better network performance but you will also need the latest driver for your NIC card for compatibility reasons. Allow anonymous access = true Set host header, directory path, port, and IP In asp.net tab - asp.net 2.0 In web.config added:
Tag Type Allocs Frees Diff Bytes Per Alloc Thre Nonp 1431458 ( 7) 1322591( 4) 10886767933008 (1872 )624MmSt Paged 2101067 ( 11) 2098428 ( 11) 2639 5060040