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    Hi all,

    I have a NetworkComms.Net Connection between Client and Server (TCP Socket IPv4) using the RPC functionality. Additional I send unsolicited packages to the client when some events on server-side occurs.

    But sometimes my client connection is disconnected by fatal error on client-side:

    13:44:48.2972942: Notice         Network        Added connection specific incoming packetHandler for 'IRPC_Commander-RPC-CALL-TPPEzBVU/3bB/b/69pCspk/lUPw=-5gI9RWcqS0GUQ0sj175V1A' packetType with [TCP-E-E] 10.1.3.126:52156 -> 10.1.3.102:10000 (WTYZKfNDQkWGstQ88W0IKQ)
    13:44:48.3010443: Notice         Network        Removed a connection specific packetHandler for 'IRPC_Commander-RPC-CALL-TPPEzBVU/3bB/b/69pCspk/lUPw=-5gI9RWcqS0GUQ0sj175V1A' packetType. No handlers remain with [TCP-E-E] 10.1.3.126:52156 -> 10.1.3.102:10000 (WTYZKfNDQkWGstQ88W0IKQ)
    13:44:48.3010443: Notice         Network        No handlers remain for ConnectionSpecificShutdownDelegate with [TCP-E-E] 10.1.3.126:52156 -> 10.1.3.102:10000 (WTYZKfNDQkWGstQ88W0IKQ)
    13:44:50.7223315: Trace          Input          Freisprechen PTT losgelassen
    13:44:50.7235815: Notice         Network        Added connection specific incoming packetHandler for 'IRPC_Commander-RPC-CALL-TPPEzBVU/3bB/b/69pCspk/lUPw=-Ozv4O92D-UeOiIdLBtUHGQ' packetType with [TCP-E-E] 10.1.3.126:52156 -> 10.1.3.102:10000 (WTYZKfNDQkWGstQ88W0IKQ)
    13:44:50.7260815: Notice         Network        Removed a connection specific packetHandler for 'IRPC_Commander-RPC-CALL-TPPEzBVU/3bB/b/69pCspk/lUPw=-Ozv4O92D-UeOiIdLBtUHGQ' packetType. No handlers remain with [TCP-E-E] 10.1.3.126:52156 -> 10.1.3.102:10000 (WTYZKfNDQkWGstQ88W0IKQ)
    13:44:50.7273315: Notice         Network        No handlers remain for ConnectionSpecificShutdownDelegate with [TCP-E-E] 10.1.3.126:52156 -> 10.1.3.102:10000 (WTYZKfNDQkWGstQ88W0IKQ)
    13:46:33.4164088: Warning        Network        Packet builder cache contains 0,3KB when only 0,1KB were expected.
    13:48:41.2383721: Critical       Exception      Failed to deserialize a valid packet header. Deserialized header result was null or did not contain the compulsory fields, TotalPayloadSize and PacketType.
    13:48:41.2421222: Critical       Exception      Invalid wire-type; this usually means you have over-written a file without truncating or setting the length; see http://stackoverflow.com/q/2152978/23354
    13:48:41.2433722: Critical       Network        A fatal exception occurred in IncomingPacketHandleHandOff(), connection with [TCP-E-E] 10.1.3.126:52156 -> 10.1.3.102:10000 (WTYZKfNDQkWGstQ88W0IKQ) be closed. See log file for more information.
    13:48:41.2471223: Critical       Network        An unhanded exception occurred in CompleteIncomingPacketWorker(), connection with [TCP-E-E] 10.1.3.126:52156 -> 10.1.3.102:10000 (WTYZKfNDQkWGstQ88W0IKQ) be closed. See log file for more information.
    13:48:41.2471223: Critical       Exception      Error deserializing packetHeader. NetworkCommsDotNet.SerialisationException: Failed to deserialize a valid packet header. Deserialized header result was null or did not contain the compulsory fields, TotalPayloadSize and PacketType.\r\n   bei NetworkCommsDotNet.PacketHeader..ctor(MemoryStream packetHeaderStream, SendReceiveOptions headerSendReceiveOptions) in c:\Users\Karnifexx\Documents\Visual Studio 2010\Projects\networkcomms.net\NetworkCommsDotNet\PacketHeader.cs:Zeile 166.
    13:48:41.2496223: Message        Connection     Disconnected!

    Do you have an idea why this happens? Is it possible that different threads, sending unsolicited packets in unpredictable moments, can trigger some byte mixup on client side? I thought it will be queued in the library.
    Do you had any similar problems?

    Best regards,
    Holger

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