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why are "http://localhost:8080/" and "http://201.10.10.1:8080/" not

 
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why are "http://localhost:8080/" and "http://201.10.10.1:8080/" not
resolving in My college lab's LAN enviornment while only
"http://127.0.0.1:8080/" is working.

Actually i am running the JAVA WEB SERVER(TM) on my machine
and all of the "http://localhost:8080/","http://201.10.10.1:8080/"
and "http://127.0.0.1:8080/" are resolved perfectly by Internet
Explorer when i am woking on my standalone PC but two of them i.e.
"http://localhost:8080/" and "http://201.10.10.1:8080/"(IP address
of my machine) are not resolved in the LAN envionment of my College
Lab.only the loopback URL i.e. "http://127.0.0.1:8080/" is doing fine.
to specify more there is no internet connection in my lab but a simple
peer to peer LAN enviornment.
what may be the possible reason forthis problem??
 
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