Re: solve IIS limit to 10 connections problem
First o f all thank you for ansering my questions!
The main reason for chosing a single PC instead of a web hosting service is
because i'm not targeting my web application to the internet but to an local
My best regards...
"S. Justin Gengo" <firstname.lastname@example.org> escreveu na mensagem
> The answer is yes, if you use w2k server you'll have more connections.
> Technically the only limit to the number of connections would be how many
> the box could handle...
> Now, I won't go into a diatribe of questions about why you would run your
> website on a regular desktop. But I would certainly look into some of the
> inexpensive hosting solutions available.
> S. Justin Gengo, MCP
> Web Developer
> Free code library at:
> "Out of chaos comes order."
> "Ricardo Matos" <MatosDotNet@hotmail.com> wrote in message
> > Hi everyone!
> > I'm runing my ASP.NET applications on a normal PC with W2K Pro. I
> > that my IIS has a limitation of 10 connections. My question is, if i
> > Windows 2000 server, the number of connections allowed can grow? If so
> > how many connections? I'm using a normal PC not a server. Is this
> > My best regards
> > Ricardo Matos
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