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how to connect to my web application from another computer

 
Anil Deshpande
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Hi,

I have developed a web application on my compter (lets call it c1). I have installed apache tomcat 5. Application is working perfectly fine within my computer(c1).

When I write the url http://localhost:8080/myapplication i get the index.jsp without any problem.

Now I have another computer(lets call it c2) in my home. I have connected my both computers through lan(c1 and c2).


Now I want to access my application running in c1 through c2.

How to do that?
 
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Replace "localhost" with the IP address of server.
 
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Sagar Rohankar wrote:Replace "localhost" with the IP address of server.


Hi there,

I am connected to a LAN environment which connects about 100-150 systems.
I have setup apache-tomcat-4.1.37 in my Win XP system.
However i checked if any one could get access my server, but found it not working.
I tried with the same solution you said with IP address:<port number>, but still not working..
However when i start my 'Wamp server' it is accessible over LAN...
Can you please explain what I could be missing....

Also i have also installed the IIS component in my system..

Any help is very deeply appreciated.

Thanks in advance.
 
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Do you have a firewall running on the machine hosting Tomcat?
If so, did you open port 8080?

 
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Lucky, it looks like you're running too many servers on one machine IIS, WAMP, Tomcat.
As Ben said, find out the port the on which Tomcat is running, most of the time its 8080 port.
 
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Ben Souther wrote:Do you have a firewall running on the machine hosting Tomcat?
If so, did you open port 8080?


Thanks for replying......
No, there is no firewall as such...
Still its getting the same problem.....
 
Ravi Sree
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Sagar Rohankar wrote:Lucky, it looks like you're running too many servers on one machine IIS, WAMP, Tomcat.
As Ben said, find out the port the on which Tomcat is running, most of the time its 8080 port.


Thanks for replying......
I changed the port number which was 8080 to 8786.....
As it said there was some process using the port...
And i made sure that when tomcat was running the Wamp server was not...
Do you think this could because of the LAN provider...

 
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Lucky Sree wrote:
Sagar Rohankar wrote:Lucky, it looks like you're running too many servers on one machine IIS, WAMP, Tomcat.
As Ben said, find out the port the on which Tomcat is running, most of the time its 8080 port.
Do you think this could because of the LAN provider...

Couldn't comment anything on that.
Better you Start the server and use netstat -a command to find out whether the PORT 8786 is occupied by tomcat process, if yes, the open a browser hit, http://<your_ip>:8786/your_app and find out the any thing get printed on Tomcat console or not?
 
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Shagun Bhardwaj,
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