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> error 10054
post Jun 1 2007, 11:55 PM
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ive been using tftpd for quite a while now and its a great program thx:)

whenever i use the file below i always get this error, ive used it successfully with other modem firmware files its just the SB4200E-Final-Sigma1.4_lite.bin it seems to have a problem with, the file size is only 804kb.

does anyone know how to fix this error plzz.

Connection received from on port 1027 [02/06 00:28:44.703]
Read request for file <SB4200E-Final-Sigma1.4_lite.bin>. Mode octet [02/06 00:28:44.703]
Using local port 2940 [02/06 00:28:44.703]
File <SB4200E-Final-Sigma1.4_lite.bin> : error 10054 in system call recv An existing connection was forcibly closed by the remote host. [02/06 00:28:46.062]

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post Jun 8 2007, 11:25 PM
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I dont know how to fix this but....
This happened to me also, seems to be modem side (as i have reformated my computer and still get the error).

Also, it only happened after I broke the connection. now i just get that error each time.

Hopefully someone can maybe come up with a solution?
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Ph. Jounin
post Jun 11 2007, 07:56 PM
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The modem has closed the transfer channel and returned to Tftpd32 a port unreachable ICMP message.
It may be due to a corrupted file or an hardware defect.
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