"Victor Bazarov" <>
Thu, 27 Sep 2007 12:18:15 -0400
sid wrote:

On Sep 27, 10:09 am, "Victor Bazarov" <> wrote:

sid wrote:

I am trying to make use of the "keep alive" feature for Microsoft
TCP, but after
adding the registry keys:

KeepAliveTime = 180,000
KeepAliveInterval = 3000
TCPMaxDataRetransmissions = 10

The documentation states that all these values are in milliseconds.
It does send "keep alive packets, but every 2 hours (the default)

Has anyone seen this behavior ?

Do you actually have a C++ _language_ question? If not, you're in
a wrong newsgroup.

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I am writing an application that uses a winsock control.

Any help is appreciated.

What help are you expecting? You provided no C++ code, you asked no
C++ question. C++ does not define "sockets". Those are a feature
of your OS, most likely. Perhaps you should consider asking in the
newsgroup dedicated to your OS...

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