[Mono-bugs] [Bug 77618][Nor] Changed - TcpListener does not attend the port

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Changed by esanchezfo at gmail.com.


--- shadow/77618	2006-02-22 17:56:08.000000000 -0500
+++ shadow/77618.tmp.17965	2006-02-22 18:38:10.000000000 -0500
@@ -64,6 +64,37 @@
 there or the microsoft runtime?
 Which version of mono are you using?
 (I've reset the priority, that field is for our use: see
+------- Additional Comments From esanchezfo at gmail.com  2006-02-22 18:38 -------
+I try with all, .NET runtime 1.1 and Mono 1.13.2 (on different 
+machines with Windows XP Professional Service Pack II), and with a 
+machine with Suse 10.0 with Mono 1.13.2. In Total are three machines 
+and the result is the same.
+In the office the Lipman developer is pressioning against of use of 
+Mono what can I do... GPRS does not work.
+I use to test the smallest piece of code, the hello world of the Tcp 
+server, only listener.Start, after a tcpclient = listener.Accept. of 
+course closing and try / catch. 
+As a resume the code of the smallest server working on the world in 
+C# and without using other libraries than the .NET or Mono.
+The same thing I program in C++ and this works fine.
+After a hardtest i found that the 50 % of the request to server are 
+lost with the server build in C# over Mono or .NET.
+And the 100 % are not lost with the same one in C++.
+Please help me, only are a few lines but my project is in risk of 
+the need to convert (rewrrite all in C++).
+In Ethernet and PPP dial is ok but GPRS always fails, but that not 
+be in C++.
+Thanks a lot for your help.

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