Response too big for UDP, retry with TCP (Active Directory 2003)
jaltman2 at nyc.rr.com
Thu Jun 17 12:27:40 EDT 2004
I do not understand what your problem is.
Are you trying to prevent the use of TCP? The text below will
allow you to force the use of TCP.
Vikas Gandhi wrote:
> Hi All
> I am using windows 2003 server and Active directory also. I am running
> SASL java clients where I get this problem "Response too big for UDP,
> retry with TCP".
> I went to the below site for the problem "Response too big for UDP,
> retry with TCP" and found a solution at the ms site but this was not
> of any use at all.
> By default, Windows 2000 and Windows XP use UDP when the data can be
> fit in packets under 2,000 bytes. Any data above this value uses TCP
> to carry the packets. The value of 2,000 bytes is configurable by
> modifying a registry key and value.
> 1. Start Registry Editor.
> 2. Locate and then click the following key in the registry:
> If the Parameters key does not exist, you can create it now.
> 3. On the Edit menu, click Add Value, and then add the
> following registry value:
> Value Name: MaxPacketSize
> Data Type: REG_DWORD
> Value: any integer value in the range 1 to 2000 (in bytes)
> 4. Quit Registry Editor.
> 5. Restart your computer.
> The data value to which you set this value is the maximum size to be
> used with UDP. If the packet size exceeds this value, TCP is used.
> Again, 2,000 bytes is the default if the value is not present.
> To prevent UDP from ever being used, set the value to 1; TCP will be
> used for all packets. Forcing TCP packets only is an effective
> workaround to this problem.
> Please help if someone has a solution for this problem.
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