unable to connect to tcpip network error - 02-21-2006 , 06:51 PM
I get this error when I run with -e (adr=126.96.36.199) is added in the
Connecting to MobiLink server at '188.8.131.52' using 'dbmlsock9.dll'
E. 02/21 15:39:15. Unable to connect to MobiLink server.
E. 02/21 15:39:15. Upload aborted at offset 0220017074
Does it mean that it was able to get to the server but the tcpip request was
denied or the request didn't get polled at the server at all?
I am trying to trouble shoot where the problem is. I understand it is not
able to get to the server, both my desktop & the server are in the same
I get this error when -e option is not specified. I suppose it is assuming
that the mob server is running locally?
Connecting to MobiLink server at '' using 'dbmlsock9.dll'
E. 02/21 15:38:17. Unable to open a 'tcpip' network connection. Unable to
connect a socket. The system-specific error code is 10061 (hex 0000274d).
E. 02/21 15:38:17. Unable to connect to MobiLink server.
E. 02/21 15:38:17. Upload aborted at offset 0220016885
ENV: 184.108.40.20649 windows xp (client)
220.127.116.1149 suse linux.kernel is 2.6.5-7.193 glibc is 2.3.3-97
Re: unable to connect to tcpip network error - 02-21-2006 , 09:25 PM
ML. There is no "ping" ahead of time to determine if the client machine
can "see" the server machine.
If you fire up a browser on that remote machine and point it at
does ML log a synchronization attempt (check the ML console log) ?
What are your ML startup parameters?
Are you running a firewall on that server?
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Re: unable to connect to tcpip network error - 02-22-2006 , 05:06 PM
It seems that it was an error in the code, but not sure yet.
I was setting the IP address using adr param.
Once I changed in the database setting synched it, worked.
Then removed from the database & passed the "adr" value as param again it
I do have firewalls in both my machine (cisco sec agent).
It seems that it works wierdly on & off with it running & not running.
I have set security policy both on IP address & dbmlsync & dbmlsrv
executables in the firewall.
I am still investigating on this will update how it worked out when I find
what is going on.
I am running with -x tcpip -v+ -ot options.
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