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Re: [tao-users] Re: ACE/TAO call back problem

Hi

> > HOST MACHINE: Redhat 9
> > TARGET MACHINE: Windows 2000 SP4
> > COMPILER NAME AND VERSION (AND PATCHLEVEL): C++ Builder 6.0 build
> > 10.155, gcc 3.2.2
> > 
> > 
> > AREA/CLASS/EXAMPLE AFFECTED:
> > Callback from server to client
> > 
> > 
> > DOES THE PROBLEM AFFECT:
> > COMPILATION?
> > no
> > LINKING?
> > no
> > EXECUTION?
> > yes
> > 
> > 
> > SYNOPSIS:
> > Sever can not call back client. This call simply fails. All machines
> > have local IP addresses (192.168.1.*)

Do you have a local firewall running on the box where the call is coming
in?

> > DESCRIPTION:
> > I am starting server on linux machine then client(s) on windows. There
> > is no problem with connecting client to server. All functions that do
> > not require callback work perfectly. However when server needs to send
> > callback information to client(s) this call always fails. No tcp
> > connection is created and no packages are sent.

This could probably be due to a firewall on the Win32 side. This has bitten
us too much in the past few weeks here at the DOC group ;(! Please check
whether you have firewall enabled on Windows and try to relax it for
the test.

> > However I compiled same server source code on windows machine (under
> > Builder 6) and when I start server and client(s) on windows (same or
> > different machines it does not matter) everything is ok (callback works
> > ok).

Hmm..

> > To make this all even more weird I add that in march every thing was ok
> > (project was suspending for several months and now it is time to finish
> > it). I still have same Redhat installation and source codes with march
> > modification time. I even used another machine and install Fedora Core
> > 3 recompiled (ace/tao/my codes) and still have the same problem.
> > Any ideas what can be wrong?

Please see above. It could be that your machine(s) were patched/upgraded
in the meantime. 

Thanks
Bala




















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