"no buffer space available" on Win2K

Harold L Hunt II huntharo@msu.edu
Wed Apr 30 13:00:00 GMT 2003


Hmm... what sort of network card have you got on your machine?  Can you 
take a look around for software in the start menu and add/remove 
programs that sounds like it might provide VPN or firewall services?


Vince Hoffman wrote:
> Nope, to the best of my knowledge there has been nothing that has altered
> the IP stack ( note the to the best of my knowledge as I am not the only
> person with access to these machines)
>>-----Original Message-----
>>From: Harold L Hunt II [mailto:huntharo@msu.edu]
>>Sent: 30 April 2003 13:24
>>To: cygwin-xfree@cygwin.com
>>Subject: Re: "no buffer space available" on Win2K
>>Good point.
>>Have either of you ever installed any VPN or firewall 
>>software on your 
>>computers?  (Note: I did not ask "are you running" any such 
>>software.  I 
>>want to know if it has ever, in the history of your Windows 
>>installation, been installed.)
>>Andrew Markebo wrote:
>>>Hmm any firewall? uh.. stuff sliding in in the network stack? (whats
>>>their name, you know distributing networks encrypted, killing spam?)
>>>    /Andy

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