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101  - Switching Protocols HTTP
HTTP 1.1 is just one type of protocol for transferring data on the web, and a status code of 101 indicates that the server is changing to the protocol it defines in the "Upgrade" header it returns to the client. For example, when requesting a page, a browser might receive a statis code of 101, followed by an "Upgrade" header showing that the server is changing to a different version of HTTP.
  -  %FW-3-HTTP_JAVA_BLOCK : JAVA applet is blocked from ([int]:[dec]) to ([int]:[dec])  CISCO IOS
A Java applet was seen in the HTTP channel, and the firewall configuration indicates that the applet from this Web site should be prohibited. The message indicates that the applet is being downloaded from one of the prohibited sites and its entrance to the protected network is not allowed. The connection is reset and the transmission of the detected applet is aborted immediately.
This message is for informational purposes only, but may indicate a security problem.
Cisco IOS
100  - Continue HTTP
A status code of 100 indicates that (usually the first) part of a request has been received without any problems, and that the rest of the request should now be sent.
0x34 KRB_ERR_RESPONSE_TOO_BIG - Response too big for UDP, retry with TCP  MICROSOFT
Associated internal Windows error codes • STATUS_INVALID_BUFFER_SIZE Corresponding debug output messages • D_DebugLog”KLIN(%x) KDC response too big for UDP: %d bytes\n”)
• The size of a ticket is too large to be transmitted reliably via UDP. In a Windows environment, this message is purely informational. A computer running a Windows operating system will automatically try TCP if UDP fails. If this error occurs in a mixed operating systems environment, upgrade the UNIX KDCs to the latest MIT distribution of the Kerberos protocol, which supports TCP connections if UDP fails. For information about forcing Kerberos to use TCP, see “How to Force Kerberos to Use TCP Instead of UDP” in the Microsoft Knowledge Base at http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=23043.
Kerberos Errors
  Compiler Warning (level 1) CS1607  -  MICROSOFT
Assembly generation -- reason A warning was generated from the assembly-creation phase of the compilation. If you are building a 64-bit application on a 32-bit operating system, you must ensure that 64-bit versions of all referenced assemblies are installed on the target operating system. All x86-specific common language runtime (CLR) assemblies have 64-bit counterparts (every CLR assembly will exist on all operating systems). Therefore, you can safely ignore CS1607 for CLR assemblies. You can ignore this warning if you encounter it when you create a AssemblyInformationalVersionAttribute. The informational version is a string that attaches additional version information to an assembly; this information is not used at run time. Although you can specify any text, a warning message appears on compilation if the string is not in the format that is used by the assembly version number, or if it is in that format but contains wildcard characters. This warning is harmless. For more information, see Al.exe Tool Errors and Warnings (http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/kchwc1f1.aspx).
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