You are correct that Error 109 typically indicates a failure of the Network connection. Where are you choosing to download the install files to btw?
If you have already tried solution 1 in Troubleshoot Adobe Download Assistant - http://helpx.adobe.com/creative-suite/kb/troubleshoot-download-assistant.html#main_Solutio n_1 then I would recommend trying a direct download. You can find steps on how to accomplish this at http://forums.adobe.com/thread/981369.
Hi, Thanks for replying. I ended up using 'WireShark' to 'sniff' my traffic, and was able to extract the direct link of the product:
Unfortunately, that hangs as well. I've tried Chrome, Firefox, and Safari on the Mac. It must be something our proxy doesn't like, because I'm seeing the requests, it's just I never "get anything back".
I've got another network I can try that's for our visitor's to use, which is just a basic DSL connection, with a wide open firewall. That should take our proxy out of the equation, but everything else w do with Adobe works fine with the proxy. We have 12 seats of CS5, and just upgraded to CS6 (hence the download requirement) and I've never had a problem.
(I also did follow that troubleshooting link before I posted this issue)
It may have something to do with the type of traffic which is being sent. Bgarlock I would recommend working with your I.T. department regarding your proxy configuration especially considering you had difficulties with a direct download.