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I am new to this so please bear with me. We have setup a Cent OS server with one Cent OS client and one Red Had Fedora Core 4 client. ...
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- 06-17-2006 #1
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Client / Server program cannot establish connection
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- 06-18-2006 #2
On the server machine, you can run the command "netstat -a" to get a list of all open and listening ports. You should see your server application listed with the port it is listening on. Verify it is the port you expect.
If that doesn't help, you need ethereal. It's probably included in both your distributions, or you can get it at the ethereal website. It will show you every packet being transferred or filter it down to just what you want.