In this article we show possible fixes for Windows error 64 “The specified network name is no longer available”,
which may pop up when large network I/O is performed and appears to affect only certain kinds of devices, for example, Linux-based NAS devices during lengthy backups.
In the network adapter settings of the sending machine (or both machines), disable all of the following options, if they exist:
Large Receive Offload Large Send Offload IPv4 Checksum Offload TCP Checksum Offload
In addition, you could locate the following key in the registry and set it to 1
The above key disables the TCP Chimney (TCP Offload). Setting it to 0 enables it again.
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