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Listener hang up when serving more clients

Posted By:      Posted Date: October 22, 2010    Points: 0   Category :.NET Framework

Dear all, I have a problem on TCP/IP connection on C# under .NET 3.5 (VS 2008). I apologize for the long question.

I put up and running a TCPListener and then I keep sending some sample data from TWO sources TCPClient. The listener is very simple and shown in the following console application:

      IPEndPoint LocalEndPointToListen = new IPEndPoint(IPAddress.Parse(""), 12100);
      TcpListener listener = null;
      listener = new TcpListener(LocalEndPointToListen);
      Byte[] rcvBuffer = new byte[10240]; // Receive buffer
      while (true)
        Int32 bytesRcvd = 0; // Received byte count
        Int32 totalBytesRcvd = 0; // Total bytes received so far
        while (listener.Pending() == true) { Thread.Sleep(50); }
        TcpClient client = listener.AcceptTcpClient(); 

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