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1. Why this hostname looks so strange?    stackoverflow.com

I use DNSSD.resolve() method to get information about a service found by Bonjour. I was able to get the port of the found service as well as its hostname. However, the ...

2. hotmails hostname    coderanch.com

4. SSL certificate error for hostname mismatch?    coderanch.com

I'm new to SSL, and I want this to work without any pop-ups about bad certificates, using pure socket programming. Right now, I have to deploy a single self-signed SSL certificate to several hundred systems (set A) and then store them as trusted certificates on another several hundred systems (set B) that are paired up. For a gazillion reasons due to ...

5. CertificateException: No name matching found.    coderanch.com

I'm trying to access a web service that uses BASIC Auth + SSL with a self-signed cert. I've cobbled together code that should work, and imported the cert from the server into a keystore. I have verified that the CN for the crt is identical to the target hostname and matches exactly what CertificateException is telling me it needs. I've hit ...

6. information about java Socket Socket(hostname, 23) autentication Telnet    forums.oracle.com

try { Socket theSocket = new Socket(hostname, 23); networkIn = new BufferedReader(new InputStreamReader(theSocket.getInputStream())); BufferedReader userIn = new BufferedReader(new InputStreamReader(System.in)); out = new PrintWriter(theSocket.getOutputStream()); System.out.println("Connected to echo server"); f1 = true; while (f1==true) { for (int a=0;a<4;a++) // login telnet { Test=networkIn.readLine(); System.out.println("sono dentro al while "); System.out.println("qui' stampo "+Test); // if (theLine[10].equals("To: ")) break; out.println(theLine[a]); out.flush(); System.out.println(networkIn.readLine()); f1 = false; } ...

7. java Socket Socket(hostname, 23) autentication Telnet error) - pls help tks    forums.oracle.com

Hi I'm developing a java routine for getting and manipulating of some data in my server I wrote the simple application and if i'm connecting in an hardware device like voiprouter VIA TELNET PORT 23 the application routine is working perfectly but if i change the parameter and i use my ip server centos version 5.1 the application seem that is ...

8. java Socket Socket(hostname, 23) autentication Telnet error) - pls help tks    forums.oracle.com

Hi I'm developing a java routine for getting and manipulating of some data in my server I wrote the simple application and if i'm connecting in an hardware device like voiprouter VIA TELNET PORT 23 the application routine is working perfectly but if i change the parameter and i use my ip server centos version 5.1 the application seem that is ...

9. java Socket Socket(hostname, 23) autentication Telnet error)    forums.oracle.com

Hi I'm developing a java routine for getting and manipulating of some data in my server I wrote the simple application and if i'm connecting in an hardware device like voiprouter VIA TELNET PORT 23 the application routine is working perfectly but if i change the parameter and i use my ip server centos version 5.1 the application seem that is ...

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