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NTA Service in NTA Flow Storage Server crashes due to .Net TCP Port Sharing timeout

Created by Reymund Oyong, last modified by Verwin Ubana on Feb 02, 2017

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This article provides brief information and steps to resolve the issue when the NTA Service in NTA Flow Storage Database Server crashes. 

The FastBit Server log shows the following error:

2016-05-25 14:21:50,918 [7] ERROR SolarWinds.Netflow.FastBit.Server.Service.Program - Unhandled exception: Message: This request operation sent to net.pipe://nettcpportsharing/2efbcf6e-de55-42bd-8eb2-08edacacb8ca/ did not receive a reply within the configured timeout (00:01:00).  The time allotted to this operation may have been a portion of a longer timeout.  This may be because the service is still processing the operation or because the service was unable to send a reply message.  Please consider increasing the operation timeout (by casting the channel/proxy to IContextChannel and setting the OperationTimeout property) and ensure that the service is able to connect to the client.
 Stack Trace: 
Server stack trace: 
   at System.ServiceModel.Dispatcher.DuplexChannelBinder.SyncDuplexRequest.WaitForReply(TimeSpan timeout)
   at System.ServiceModel.Dispatcher.DuplexChannelBinder.Request(Message message, TimeSpan timeout)
   at System.ServiceModel.Channels.ServiceChannel.Call(String action, Boolean oneway, Prox


All NTA versions



The Windows .Net TCP port sharing is not responding to requests.


  1. On the workstation clients workstation and application/orion server

  2. From the Start menu, open the Services Management Console either by opening a Command Prompt window and entering services.msc or by opening Run and entering services.msc into the Open box.

  3. In the Name column of the list of services, right-click the Net.Tcp Port Sharing Service, and select Properties from the menu.

  4. Right click Net.Tcp Port Sharing Service and click Restart.





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11:34, 2 Feb 2017