|How to use the tcp/ip monitor [message #183131]
||Wed, 22 November 2006 19:15
Registered: July 2009
How to use the tcp/ip monitor?|
I have a wtp project running on tomcat (at port 8080)?
And I have a Java client (localhost) going to access that web app at 8080.
can you please tell me how can configure the TCP/ip monitor so that i can
monitor the traffic between client and server (both running on the same
|Re: How to use the tcp/ip monitor [message #183163 is a reply to message #183140]
||Thu, 23 November 2006 07:02
Originally posted by: dom.semantico.com|
> I try putting these:
> Local monitoring port: 84
> Host name: localhost
> Port: 8080
> Type: Http Timeout: 0
> It keeps saying 'port 84' is in use.
> I did a "netstat -a", it is not in use.
> and i have try differnt port, say '90', '85' they keep saying it is in use.
> Can you please tell me how to get that to work?
Just a guess, but try using a port number higher than 1024. On some
operating systems, these low number ports are reserved for administrator
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