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Tomcat: http://IPaddress:8080/ not working

Lakshmanakumar Loganathan
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Joined: Jan 29, 2006
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Hi
I am running tomcat 5.0. When i give
http://localhost:8080/college/index.jsp is working fine.

but,
http://192.168.48.172:8080/college/inde.jsp is not working.

I have to access the jsp pages in remote machine.
Plz reply me soon.

Thanks in advance.
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Bear Bibeault
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You forget the 'x' in index.
Lakshmanakumar Loganathan
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Joined: Jan 29, 2006
Posts: 23
No url is ,
[URL= http://192.168.48.172:8080/college/index.jsp] http://192.168.48.172:8080/college/index.jsp[/url]
not working.
but

http://localhost:8080/college/index.jsp

working fine.


Any changes has to be done in tomcat configuration.

Its urgent. Plz reply me soon

Thanks in advance.

Ben Souther
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Joined: Dec 11, 2004
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Lakshmanakumar,

Thank you for chaning your name.
However, our naming policy requires both a first and last name.
Please go back and add the one that is missing.

Thank you.


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Lionel PJ
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Check if you are able to ping the machine.
William Brogden
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localhost does not require network connection, using an IP address requires that the network can locate your machine by that address. Perhaps there is a firewall that blocks port 8080 or other impediment. As Lionel says, try pinging that address.
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Lakshmanakumar Loganathan
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I am able ping my machine from my machine but not from other machine..

How to check any firewall for port 8080 ( Windows XP)?
 
 
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