Re: CAsyncSocket, cannot connect to computers not in my subnet
Is the listening socket listening on port 10001?
I'm not aware of any limitations when it comes to connecting to computers on
different subnets using TCP! (UDP broadcasts are a different matter).
"amccombs" <email@example.com> wrote in message
Maybe this is a network question, I don't know.
I have this weirdness with my socket class that is derived from
CAsyncSocket. 6 months ago I was able to connect to computers that are not
my subnet, however I was using port 80 to test, ie (www.yahoo.com:80). I
trying to connect to computers that are not on my subnet on port 10001 but
the OnConnect callback said it failed.
i.e. my IP 192.168.1.100 and I am attempting to connect to a computer with
fixed IP of 192.168.2.122.
Both computers have a subnet mask of 255.255.255.0, both computer do NOT
have a default gateway. I will have the two computers connected using a
crossover cable, if I need a gateway, what should if be for each computer?
I know it's not a router issue because i get the same results if I use a
cross over cable between the two computers.
I cannot seem to find the difference in my code, could it be because of
high port number?
Thanks in advance.
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