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  • I just changed ISP's from Time Warner to Verizon FIOS and am noticing these new errors in my Transport[DATE].log:

    [10/17/2009 8:57:02 PM 12ac] Executing command: C:\WINDOWS\system32\cmd.exe /C makecert.exe -n "CN=CEEC4663305F34D1BAD05F744BCAF8DD2" -sr localmachine -ss "WHSKeys" -is "WHSKeys" -in "MEA76F752BC5647049157C8E0F4C4723C" -pe -eku 1.3.6.1.5.5.7.3.2 -b 10/17/2008 -e 10/17/2059 -sky exchange -a sha1 >>"C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\Microsoft\Windows Home Server\logs\makecert.log"
    [10/17/2009 8:57:03 PM 12ac] Certificate <CEEC4663305F34D1BAD05F744BCAF8DD2> export hr=00000000
    [10/17/2009 8:57:15 PM 1608] Partner shut down the connection
    [10/17/2009 8:57:15 PM 1608] Read 0 bytes, hr=80004004
    [10/17/2009 8:57:21 PM  a74] *** Client eec46633-05f3-4d1b-ad05-f744bcaf8dd2 has an obsolete version #4 of transport protocol, needs an upgrade to 07080017.

    [2009/10/17 20:57:21  a74]   CTransportPipe::Open Pipe 14 to {EEC46633-05F3-4D1B-...} is opened, hr=00000000
    [2009/10/17 20:58:11  ab0]   CTransportSinkManager::ProcessRecvQueue Routing failure.
    [2009/10/17 20:58:11  ab0]   CTransportSinkManager::ProcessRecvQueue Routing failure.
    [2009/10/17 20:58:11  ab0]   CTransportSinkManager::ProcessRecvQueue Routing failure.
    [2009/10/17 20:58:11  ab0]   CTransportSinkManager::ProcessRecvQueue Routing failure.
    [2009/10/17 20:58:11  ab0]   CTransportSinkManager::ProcessRecvQueue Routing failure.
    [2009/10/17 20:58:11  ab0]   CTransportSinkManager::ProcessRecvQueue Routing failure.
    [2009/10/17 20:58:11  ab0]   CTransportSinkManager::ProcessRecvQueue Routing failure.
    [2009/10/17 20:58:11  ab0]   CTransportSinkManager::ProcessRecvQueue Routing failure.
    [2009/10/17 20:58:11  ab0]   CTransportSinkManager::ProcessRecvQueue Routing failure.
    [2009/10/17 20:58:11  ab0]   CTransportSinkManager::ProcessRecvQueue Routing failure.
    [2009/10/17 20:58:11  ab0]   CTransportSinkManager::ProcessRecvQueue Routing failure.
    [2009/10/17 20:58:11  ab0]   CTransportSinkManager::ProcessRecvQueue Routing failure.
    [2009/10/17 20:58:29  ab0]   CTransportSinkManager::RealRoute Service sink for e317565b-4c0901b4-1531eb93-db6fde5800706bf-25ddc79e0077e62fa600143a returned an error 0000001d, unregistering the sink.
    [2009/10/17 21:04:20  ab0]   CTransportSinkManager::RealRoute Service sink for 7ee2621d-4d70acce-30ccc387-ecfd623e80070026-25ddc79e0077e62fa6001504 returned an error 00000014, unregistering the sink.

    I can't find anything about this.... anyone?
    Sunday, October 18, 2009 1:23 AM

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  • I just changed ISP's from Time Warner to Verizon FIOS and am noticing these new errors in my Transport[DATE].log:

    [10/17/2009 8:57:02 PM 12ac] Executing command: C:\WINDOWS\system32\cmd.exe /C makecert.exe -n "CN=CEEC4663305F34D1BAD05F744BCAF8DD2" -sr localmachine -ss "WHSKeys" -is "WHSKeys" -in "MEA76F752BC5647049157C8E0F4C4723C" -pe -eku 1.3.6.1.5.5.7.3.2 -b 10/17/2008 -e 10/17/2059 -sky exchange -a sha1 >>"C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\Microsoft\Windows Home Server\logs\makecert.log"
    [10/17/2009 8:57:03 PM 12ac] Certificate <CEEC4663305F34D1BAD05F744BCAF8DD2> export hr=00000000
    [10/17/2009 8:57:15 PM 1608] Partner shut down the connection
    [10/17/2009 8:57:15 PM 1608] Read 0 bytes, hr=80004004
    [10/17/2009 8:57:21 PM  a74] *** Client eec46633-05f3-4d1b-ad05-f744bcaf8dd2 has an obsolete version #4 of transport protocol, needs an upgrade to 07080017.

    [2009/10/17 20:57:21  a74]   CTransportPipe::Open Pipe 14 to {EEC46633-05F3-4D1B-...} is opened, hr=00000000
    [2009/10/17 20:58:11  ab0]   CTransportSinkManager::ProcessRecvQueue Routing failure.
    [2009/10/17 20:58:11  ab0]   CTransportSinkManager::ProcessRecvQueue Routing failure.
    [2009/10/17 20:58:11  ab0]   CTransportSinkManager::ProcessRecvQueue Routing failure.
    [2009/10/17 20:58:11  ab0]   CTransportSinkManager::ProcessRecvQueue Routing failure.
    [2009/10/17 20:58:11  ab0]   CTransportSinkManager::ProcessRecvQueue Routing failure.
    [2009/10/17 20:58:11  ab0]   CTransportSinkManager::ProcessRecvQueue Routing failure.
    [2009/10/17 20:58:11  ab0]   CTransportSinkManager::ProcessRecvQueue Routing failure.
    [2009/10/17 20:58:11  ab0]   CTransportSinkManager::ProcessRecvQueue Routing failure.
    [2009/10/17 20:58:11  ab0]   CTransportSinkManager::ProcessRecvQueue Routing failure.
    [2009/10/17 20:58:11  ab0]   CTransportSinkManager::ProcessRecvQueue Routing failure.
    [2009/10/17 20:58:11  ab0]   CTransportSinkManager::ProcessRecvQueue Routing failure.
    [2009/10/17 20:58:11  ab0]   CTransportSinkManager::ProcessRecvQueue Routing failure.
    [2009/10/17 20:58:29  ab0]   CTransportSinkManager::RealRoute Service sink for e317565b-4c0901b4-1531eb93-db6fde5800706bf-25ddc79e0077e62fa600143a returned an error 0000001d, unregistering the sink.
    [2009/10/17 21:04:20  ab0]   CTransportSinkManager::RealRoute Service sink for 7ee2621d-4d70acce-30ccc387-ecfd623e80070026-25ddc79e0077e62fa6001504 returned an error 00000014, unregistering the sink.

    I can't find anything about this.... anyone?
    Since it's talking about certificates, I would assume it has to do with your Remote Access website (which would make sense since your external IP address would be different because you have a different ISP now).  Is your Remote Access website working normally?  If not, you could try completely disabling Remote Access in the Console, then setting it up again and see if that clears it up.
    Sunday, October 18, 2009 2:12 AM
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