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How to define a URL to access a web application deployed on computer on LAN

jacob deiter
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I have two computers (machine -1,machine-2) connected on LAN,Tomcat is running on machine-2 ,how the URL should be defined to access the web application deployed on machine-2 from machine -1

Please explain the URL also?
Ulf Dittmer
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The format is the same that it always is: http://11.22.33.44:88/, where "11.22.33.44" is the IP address, and "88" is the port number (optional if it's 80). If the machine has a network name then you can use that instead of the IP address.

It doesn't matter from which machine you're trying to access the server - the URL is the same for all clients.


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Henry Wong
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Jacob,

You should really consider the subject when you post a topic -- this topic, and your other recent topic, have nothing to do with Java in General (beginners)... Moving...

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