We have a .NET 2.0 desktop application which sends and receives network
packets over UDP.
Several users have reported an occasional socket error 10052 which happens
when the code calls socket.BeginReceiveFrom on a the UDP socket.
What does this mean?
The official MS documentation for socket error 10052 says - quote:
"WSAENETRESET (10052) Network dropped connection on reset . The connection
has been broken due to keep-alive activity detecting a failure while the
operation was in progress. It can also be returned by setsockopt if an
attempt is made to set SO_KEEPALIVE on a connection that has already
This just doesn't make much sense for a UDP socket since UDP is a
I know that another close error code 10054 in connection with UDP sockets
means that an ICMP message "Port Unreachable" was received, and I am
wondering if 10052 might map to another ICMP message?
I have googled this for months, read network books, etc. but can't find
Please help - what does socket error 10052 on a UDP socket mean?
Thanks in advance,