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comment port forwading to make a server on my computer
NOTE: Although this question has been migrated I don't think it is clear if this is a network configuration issue or a code issue (listener/connection going through correct IP addresses). Until we get more information it may be a case of hasty moderation.
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comment port forwading to make a server on my computer
Can you edit your question to include the code you set up the socket listener with as well?
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comment port forwading to make a server on my computer
Sorry, do you mean you were able to connect? Or are you still unable to? EDIT: Also, since you are opening your service publicly I would suggest hiding the IP for the meantime in case anonymous people stumble on this page and start attempting to connect to you.
Feb
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comment port forwading to make a server on my computer
0.0.0.0 Simply means its listening on all IPs (I believe). If you have the client file attempting to access a service on port 5005 of 127.0.0.1 it will attempt to find your server on the same computer you're connecting from. Change that to your public IP address. I'll update the answer with details.
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comment WinXP Raid 1 Failure Boot Issue
I was afraid that was what it was coming to. It just boggles my mind that the mirror setup fails to work independently (isn't that the point?)
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comment AWK Equivalent Functionality on Windows
The more I think about it, the more I realize I'm approaching this wrong. The details and data I need will be trivial at best to solving the problem and I got hooked in the loop of wanting more than I need: overcomplicating my issue. I'll mark you as correct as I can use your command with my process name substituted to get exactly what I need.