VPC blocks TCP/IP traffic?!

Discussion in 'Virtual PC' started by David Yu, Sep 16, 2004.

  1. David Yu

    David Yu Guest

    I have another program running, which repeatedly communications over tcp/ip with other hosts access a network Oracle database. It
    runs quite well.

    Then I installed the virtual PC 2004 Trial version onto this host(Windows 2000 prof sp4). Then i found some tcp/ip stack problems:

    Once the program starts to run for about 35 minutes(it does not matter whether the VPC is running or not), the tcp/ip stack of the
    host seems to be blocked, none of the TCP/IP programs can communicate with other host!
    this host ip:
    1)this host ping other host failed;
    2)this host ping localhost or ok.
    3)other host ping failed.

    If i stop the program, the tcp/ip stack will recover immediately.
    If i keep the program running, but uncheck "Virtual Machine Network Services" in the "Local Area Connection Properties" applet, the
    click [OK], the tcp/ip stack will also recover immediately.

    Anybody can help?

    David Yu, Sep 16, 2004
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    Scott Baker, Sep 16, 2004
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