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  Asked By: Lorraine    Date: Mar 02    Category: Java    Views: 5974
  

My 3rver creates a UDP socket and 3nds it's messeges to a multicast
UDP group & port which clients R joined to.It functions correctly on
all PC's except my boss(!!!!!), which has several IP on it.I made
some check points and trace it. I realized his PC sends packet but
can not receive packet. I think the port which UDP Socket is binded
to, can not recieve packets.

That was the story (kal'ali! ;)) ), is any one who has experienced
something like this?

Is der any function which could check the UDP ports and recognize
whether they R alive :)) or not?

Can Ds problem be solved by software ?or iz it basically concerned
with network hardware?

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2 Answers Found

 
Answer #1    Answered By: Daimon Jones     Answered On: Mar 02

1) check for firewalls,
2) use windows command "netstat"

 
Answer #2    Answered By: Aabirah Khan     Answered On: Mar 02

Im not so sure if it is the case but you may want to look into binding the port  to one of the IP addresses at a time.

 
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