Subject Re: [Firebird-Java] hostname resolving jaybird
Author Matthias
Helen Borrie schrieb:

> >> > In a nutshell: There is name resolving problem, but i've checked
> for me
> >> > known bsd parameters for name resolving; what me wonders on the same
> >> > machine ran a java xmpp-client for several days with no problems.
> >>
> >> You say that there is name resolving problem - that would mean, that you
> >> can connect using the IP address. Is it the case?
> >
> >No, ip address causes the same error messages - it's more than name
> >resolving.
> Are you running Classic? if so, is xinetd running? and is port 3050
> opened in the firewall?
> -- with Classic, local connection *will* work without xinetd running,
> because it doesn't use a network connection; but a remote connection
> won't work (and will give the error you report) if xinetd has not been
> started.
> -- with SS, all connections are remote; but you'll still get this error
> if port 3050 is blocked.

Yes, the bsd server has got a Classic server with inetd and is reachable
from every host.
But I can't establish a connection neither to the local nor to any other
Classic server from this bsd server with jaybird.
gbak has no problems.
Firewall is open; i checked today name resolving, firewall and inetd
settings again...