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From faria hassan <>
Subject Re: jboss/tomcat on linux: request times out for client over VPN
Date Fri, 04 Nov 2005 16:37:03 GMT
that is not the issue here. After further research, I have found that
anything over 1k is timing out. I can go to other websites, download megs of
data without problem.
I also ran tcpdump on the server. I see that the vpn client is requesting
over HTTP/1.0. According to release notes, Coyote is supposed to send back
in Http/1.0. I see the following happening:
Coyote sends the first few bytes, closes connection, but without waiting for
a response back from the client, it sends more bytes until the whole data is
sent. Is this the normal behavior?
FYI, I have tried setting "protocol=Http/1.0" in server.xml: Tomcat gave a

 On 11/3/05, faria hassan <> wrote:
> Hi,
> I'm running jboss3.2.5/tomcat5 on linux 2.6.9-1.667, with default
> configurations. When clients request web pages (static HTML) normally
> (without being behind a proxy), there's no problem. If the request is made
> over VPN, it times out. I have tried with small files (<4k) and very simple
> HTML (no CSS or JS links) and that works fine. However, anything bigger
> (like 40k gif) times out.
>  Any suggestions?
> Thanks
> Faria

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