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enombe thierry
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in a java GUI messanger application that i wrote.i coded the server and the client side of them when i run both the server and the client on one computer ther are able to communicate but when i run my server and allow another client on a DIFFERENT computer it does not connect.Can someone please help me out with this i am confused.
Ulf Dittmer
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Might be a problem with the code, which we haven't seen.


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