Michael Sedlaczek 2.Apr.08 05:19 AM a Web browser Administration 7.5.1 CF1 Windows
here's my situation:
We wrote a plugin for the Sametime Connect Client. Basically what it does is to send out text to all users in a certain chat session (aka place). We're talking about 500 users and more in that place.
If we only send small amounts of text (let's say less than 50 characters) everything's fine. If we increase the amount of text to something like 500 characters the client we use to send the text from (through our plugin) is being disconnected by the server with the following message:
'User "xxx" is no longer logged into servername.domain.com.
Client has exceeded the server request-rate threshold'
Maybe that's a built-in protection against DoS attacks or server flooding ... but I can't find anything in the server configuration about that.
I already searched Google, developerWorks and the Sametime Information Center.
Any ideas on that (except for "Just don't send out so much text at once")?