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Using IPCONFIG I obtain the IP addresses of two computers A and B Both A and B have Tomcat started. I can enter a URL on computer A using comPuter B's IP address and open the requested page, however the reverse does not work (page not found), I cannot get to B from A. I have disabled the firewall, no luck.

There must be something in the configuration or some setting on computer A preventing me from opening a URL with a hard coded IP address.

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[ October 26, 2004: Message edited by: Rick Fischer ]
 
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Are there virtual hosts installed in Tomcat? It may be that the names are set as virtual hosts but not the IP's. Just a thought.
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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