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Hi All
Please tell me y the following not connecting client to server,server name is hassan,its working fine on 127.0.0.1
but not at servers IP or name.
InetAddress address=InetAddress.getByName("hassan");
socket=new Socket(address.getHostAddress (),4444);
 
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The name should be something like "www.hassan.com", not just "hassan". You could also use the IP address.
 
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Hi Angela
Actually i m working on my system how can i gave www.hassan.com

Originally posted by Angela Ann:
The name should be something like "www.hassan.com", not just "hassan". You could also use the IP address.


 
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Originally posted by Ali Hassaan:
Hi Angela
Actually i m working on my system how can i gave www.hassan.com


it suppose to works, even if just use 'hassan'. perhaps, u not setup your machines name correctly.
 
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Originally posted by Ali Hassaan:

InetAddress address=InetAddress.getByName("hassan");
socket=new Socket(address.getHostAddress (),4444);


Could it be that you have a space after address.getHostAddress and the "()"?
Here is what I've done before with DataGramSockets...

I dont' think you need to have the "address.getHostAddress" either because you've already got the address from InetAdress.
Also, is there anything running to accept connections on port 4444?

 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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