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Posted by lucas on October 26, 2000 at 4:50 AM

> Yea definetly you will have that problem.
> If u have program is running behind a fire wall and listening for
> requests from clients(applets)on a (port ex:6050)
> ur applet can not open a connection with this program since
> the port on which the server is listening is not an authorized port.
> so u can not talk to it.
> one thing u can try.enable the port(which ever ur using in java
> on webserver and try to connect.
> mye be it shoud work.
so i will have to enable used ports on the web server machine
(where applet listener server will run) and also the clients
will have to enable that port onto their web server to allow the
applets to link home?
with the my server is no problem, but with the client's server
it's up to them...
thank u for advice :)


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