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Hi am sneha...my final year project is about tracking botnets..in that my first coding part includes peer registration..
peer registration:


bot creation:


when i compile and execute ,

D:\bot>javac PeerRegistration.java

D:\bot>javac Bots.java

D:\bot>java PeerRegistration


i get output window lik thiswebpage
.when i submit the values.i am getting this error.

please help me to solve this..
i got my review this week...cudn proced bcuz of this.help!!!
 
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Please UseCodeTags next time. It adds syntax highlighting, and preserves indentation. I've added them for you this time.

sneha ponnusamy wrote:when i submit the values.i am getting this error.


You try to connect to port 80 on your local machine. That mean there must be a service running on port 80. Your program is definitely not running one; I don't see any ServerSocket anywhere.

To create a client-server pair the usual setup is common:
- The server has a ServerSocket. It listens in a loop for new Socket connections (calling accept()). For each new Socket connection it either handles it immediately (for fast request handling) or starts a new thread to handle it (if request handling takes longer).
- The client connects to this ServerSocket using the Socket constructor you're already using.

cudn proced bcuz of this.


Please UseRealWords: "couldn't proceed because of this". And please UseAMeaningfulSubjectLine next time.
 
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