On 14 May 2010 19:30, Gary Smith <gary.smith@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> I'm running into an issue where load balanced SMTP fails after about 10-20
> seconds. The mail server reports that the connection was basically abandoned
> by the clients, in this case, a corporate email server. We only see this
> issue when large emails are coming through.
> Switching it from -s wlc to -p works, but I really want the benefit of wlc.
> The servers are NAT'ing as well. Is there something I can do about the
> timeout or should I just stick with -p with a reasonable timeout (600 seconds
> or something).
Drat hit send by mistake!
You should use BOTH -p and -s wlc , i.e. persistence for individual
connections and assign via WLC for new connections.
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