database mirror – A connection attempt failed because the connected party did not properly respond after a period of time

I have database mirror set up in one of my servers and all seems to be fine, however, from time to time I get this error message in the logs:

--Execute it on Primary/Secondary server EXEC xp_readerrorlog 0,1,"Error",Null, NULL, NULL, N'desc' 

Database mirroring connection error 2 ‘Connection attempt failed with error: ‘10060 (A connection attempt failed because the connected party did not properly respond after a period of time, or established connection failed because connected host has failed to respond.)’.’ for ‘TCP://MIRROR_SERVER_DB01:5022’.

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--============================================================================== -- query that shows the current state of each database in the mirroring --==============================================================================   SELECT   db_name(sd.[database_id])              AS [Database Name]           ,sd.mirroring_state                  AS [Mirror State]           ,sd.mirroring_state_desc             AS [Mirror State]            ,sd.mirroring_partner_name           AS [Partner Name]           ,sd.mirroring_role_desc              AS [Mirror Role]             ,sd.mirroring_safety_level_desc      AS [Safety Level]           ,sd.mirroring_witness_name           AS [Witness]           ,sd.mirroring_connection_timeout AS [Timeout(sec)]     FROM sys.database_mirroring AS sd     WHERE mirroring_guid IS NOT null     ORDER BY [Database Name]; 

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question:

as it happens only sometimes, and I could not identify what else running at the same time – could have triggered this error,

what are possible things to look at while troubleshooting?

this server is hosted in the USA and I am not admin on the machine, only sysdba in the sql server world.

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