Server to server = Server client to server?
For a server to server connection, is the connecting server considered
as a client of the accepting server or is it not?
I have the following classes:
Connection <--- base class of the following two
ClientConnection <--- client
ServerConnection <--- server
ServerClientConnection <--- server as a client of another server.
But then I came across something that states "A client is anything
connected to a server that is not another client".
Just remember! Server ( programm ) is always listening a connections!!!
&g...howto setup server and client server
I'm the new in NTP. Can please anybody give me the guide how to
setup ntp server and client?
> I'm the new in NTP. Can please anybody give me the guide how to
> setup ntp server and client?
Start here: http://ntp.isc.org/bin/view/Support/GettingStarted
After that, if you still have questions come back here and ask.
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There is a bunch of information on how to set up your NTP 'newto...Server has disconnected client because client could not keep up with the server. (Web Server and Remote Panel)
How to keep the connection continuously without disconnect from server either in Web Server or Remote Panel?
Could you please figure out your problem a little bit more specific.
...Client: Mac Server: windows 2k server
I'm having some problems with getting the apple mac to login to the
server. When you enter your login details the screen goes away then
comes back again after a short pause with no error messages to
indicate what has gone wrong.
The server has got the appletalk protocol installed and i've enabled
the appletalk service in the routing and remote access. Although i'm
not entirely sure if this is needed. The windows based clients have
no problems loging in etc.
The apple mac was okay loging in until i had to re-install the OS as
the hard drive failed.
Now no s...dns update from dhcp server ok for windows clients, not ok for linux (dhclient) clients
The subjects says it all (almost):
we have a linux dhcp server (dhcp-3.0pl1-26) happily distributing ip
adresses, and updating our dns server (on a separate linux server, running
on our windows desktops, we have no problems: they request an ip adress,
obtain it, and via the dhcp server the dns gets updated.
however, i needed to configure a network interface of a linux machine via
dhcp, and although the ip adress is acquired and the network interface is
brought up, somehow the dns does not get updated.
we only allow dns updates from the dhcp server, and i am s...Redhat 9.0 dhcp client & windows 2003 dhcp server: dynamic dns update
I'm trying to add some linux (redhat 9.0, kernel 2.4.20-8) boxes to our
Windows 2003 domain.
The dhcp server is running fine, and the linux clients are getting leases.
However they are not
getting added to the dns forward lookup zone.
The dhcp server is set up to register *all* client leases in the dns, even
for those who do not request so.
The dns server is set up to allow both secure & insecure updates.
I've tried googling for a solution and have tried:
1) Adding DHCP_HOSTNAME & HOSTNAME to the /etc/sysconfig/network
2) Modifying the /etc/sysconfig...DHCP Server and windows xp client
I have configured DHCP server on AIX 5.2 ...and it is working fine for winodws
NT and other win95 clients
Howvere it is unable to assign ip addresses to windows xp clients
Thnkx in advance
sasa queer <email@example.com> wrote:
> I have configured DHCP server on AIX 5.2 ...and it is working fine for winodws
> NT and other win95 clients
> Howvere it is unable to assign ip addresses to windows xp clients
> Any ideas
How are your XP Clients attached, 10 M-bit ethernet? I had the same
problem and had to manually assign the XP system an IP add...Opinion: Mac OS X Server vs. Windows Server
Not trying to start a flame war...but here's an interesting and mostly
unbiased observation from a PC user...
I'm new to both Windows Server 2003 and Mac OS X server. Today as I did an
install of the Windows Server 2003 (for Terminal Services) and ran through
the licensing questions posed by various "wizards" throughout the setup
process, I got to thinking that Microsoft's licensing system was very
difficult to follow. I found it very difficult to know exactly *what* had to
be done where, when and how.
At this very moment I'm still not sure it's le...internal SMTP server + external SMTP server
For security and others reasons I wish to implement "relay" schema of SMTP servers like this:
intranet---internal SMTP/POP3 server---firewall---external SMTP server---Internet
Internal clients from "intranet" post and accept their messages to/from "internal SMTP/POP3 server".
"Internal SMTP server" holds list of users, accepts incoming messages from internal clients and
"external SMTP server", relays outgoing messages to "external SMTP server".
"External SMTP server" accepts incoming messages from "internal SMTP serv...OS X Server with Windows clients.
On my very slow path to setting up a home file server for video and
audio, OS X Lion comes along and will have the server built in.
One or two clients on the network will be video boxes connected to the
HD television(s), (possibly Apple TV), some clients will be windows laptops.
For the later, I'd like to set up my SO's laptop for automated backups
(photos, her docs) to the server. Likewise another windows laptop that
I might buy for travel.
Does OS X server play well with windows clients? Are there pitfalls?
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In article <5r...Client-Server ( Client starting server remotely )
I'm writing a client-server app.
Client controls Server which in turn configures and controls
a bunch of hardware.
I want to be able to start the server from my client.
Now in C/C++ one could simply run the appropriate
command string through a standard "system()" call
which is relatively simple.
JAVA on the other hand seems to require something like
RMI to do it.
Basically a use case for what I want to do is something
Start Client GUI
Enter name of data file
Client checks bonafides of data file.
Client reads and parses data file bui...