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Ali Hassaan
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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);
 
Angela Lamb
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The name should be something like "www.hassan.com", not just "hassan". You could also use the IP address.
 
Ali Hassaan
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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.

 
Ariffin Ahmad
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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.
 
ryan headley
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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?

 
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