This is a total shot in the dark, but Googling around for Windows Vista TCP
connection hangs I found this:
Gist is Vista has started to use a TCP extension for high performance that
may not be properly supported by some network devices. If you've got one of
these in your network, connections may hang. (Are you the only one using
Vista?) If this is the problem there is a command listed on that page that
you can use to turn off the new extension and so avoid running into trouble.
If this isn't the problem, I'd be interested in taking a look at your
captured packet trace. It certainly sounds like there's some pretty
low-level network problem, but not so low as the device drivers since you
see the problem over both wired and wireless.
On 6/25/07, Jason Erickson <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Well, it's true that there are more variables than just Vista. It is in
> fact a new laptop that is giving me this problem.
> Here are the configurations in which I see the same behavior:
> * Used my wireless network card
> * Used my wired network connection
> * Connected to internet from work
> * Connected to internet from home
> * Connected to Subversion via svn protocol
> * Connected to Subversion via http
> * Connected using command line
> * Connected using TortoiseSVN
> * Connected using Subclipse
> So, it doesn't appear to matter which controller, which router, which
> or which protocol I use.
> The only thing they all have in common is: the server and the client
> machine. But other developers (in my office) are connecting to the server
> with no problem, so I must conclude that it has something to do with this
> infernal laptop.
> Any other ideas about what to check?
Received on Tue Jun 26 01:50:50 2007