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QuestionTCP/IP client / serveur and Win7 Pin
shoppinit24-Jan-11 8:52
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Hi,

I've 'ported' my client / server applicaton to Windows 7 32bit, but I can't get the client to connect to the server when they are both on the same machine (using address 127.0.0.1).

BUT, I can connect to the server on the XP machine using the client on the win7 machine across the LAN.

Or I can connect to the server on the win7 machine using the client on the XP machine.

Or I can connect to the server on the XP machine using the client on the same XP machine (using 127.0.0.1).

When I debug, there are no errors, and the servers blocks on accept() as normal.

I am totally at a loss to explain this or find a solution.

If anyone has any ideas, I'd love to hear them.

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