Subject: Re: [jade-develop] problem with
From: Brent Gulanowski (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Thu Nov 28 2002 - 21:19:45 MET
On Wednesday, November 27, 2002, at 03:55 PM, Steven Willmott wrote:
> This problem might be more appropriate for the Agentcities
> list but anyway :-). Most connection problems are due
> to your machine not being "visible" from the internet
> when you connect - due to e.g.:
> * your ISP doesn't give you a permament IP address
> * something is blocking incoming HTTP connections
> * your platform address is not specified correctly in
> the agentcities registration.
> i've tried pinging the IP address that you give below
> from the machine the agentcities directories run on and
> it works.
> What happens if you ping another agentcities machine
> (see the list and click for details here:
> Moises wrote:
>> but how can i connect my plataform to a agentcities?
>> It seem that i can't not connect my plataform (and do a ping to my
>> because there are no connection between my host and agentcities
>> throught the
>> ADSL router.
>> In resume from Agentcities there are no ping to my agent
>> ----- Original Message -----
>> From: "Joan Ametller" <email@example.com>
>> To: <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>> Sent: Wednesday, November 27, 2002 8:57 PM
>> Subject: Re: [jade-develop] problem with
>> don't specify host parameter. The ip of the router is not the same of
>> machine, it seems.
>>> Hello jaders,
>>> i'm trying to execute PingAgent using host 22.214.171.124 that is the
>>> of my adsl router that is the output to internet from my local
>>> c:\>runjadehttp -gui -host 126.96.36.199
>>> But i can't do that because:
>>> jade.BootException : Not possible to launch a plataform on a
>>> host Plataform must be launched in localhost.
>>> How could i to "speak" with PingAgent from internet using the ip of
>>> Adsl Router.
This is not a programming problem, it is a networking problem. As for
pinging, I hope that would work-- he gave his WAN address after all.
You will have to specify a port and use port mapping in your router.
Set up the port number to be mapped to your computer's IP on the LAN
(or something along those lines).
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