Hi Simon

You might see type A if people are doing "telnet servername 5672" or
otherwise connecting and then sending nothing at all. You should only
see type B if you have a very slow or buggy client I think.
Thanks for your help, it's not clear to me your example, are you saying that if
there is a connection and then nothing is sent on this connection I can see this timeout error?
But if the connection has been established why I should have a handshake error?

Thanks
--
Andrea

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