|Subject||Re: Anyone ever seen error "cannot attach to password|
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Sam Hunt <shunt@n...> wrote:
> Aage Johansen wrote:
> >Sam Hunt wrote:
> > > ...
> > > All the PCs on my company's (small) network have an IP address of
> > > 192.168.0.11 with an additional segment like ":755", so the
> > > address might be something like 192.168.0.11:755. The ":755"
When you are using Tcp/Ip you MUST adhere to the protocol or nothing
With TCP/IP the numbers 192.168.0.11 are the IP address of your
computer and the value :755 refers to the port on your computer that
you want to use.
In effect 192.168.0.11 is your street address and the port
asks for or supplies a service.
you might goto 192.168.2.11
for 110 to collect your mail
25 to send mail
3050 to connect to Firebird.
Every machine on your network MUST have a different IP address.
> >I don't know much about tcp/ip, but your setup seems strange/new...
> >I always thought the units on the network must all have a unique
> >(192.168.0.xxx, no ":yyy" (port?)). Your server's address must be
You don't need hosts files except for complex networks and even then
you need to keep them up to date.
DNS makes it all unnecessary