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Datagram in Applet

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I m sending a Datagram packet , from one pc to another through applet
I know that we cannot send a packet to other client directly , coz the applet only sends data to server from where it is downloaded,

So for that reason I made signed Applet, It worked well locally, but remotely its not working
The main reason for sending packet directly bcoz i want 2 send video and audio to other pc in Applet

Can any one help me plz ??
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> It worked well locally, but remotely its not working

define 'not working'
any exceptions

are you sure you signed your applets jars correctly.
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objects not working means that its not sending datagram packets to the client he is not able to view my messages and neither do i am able to view message he sends.

>are you sure you signed your applets jars correctly
yes i am sure they are.
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any exceptions when you send a packet?
can you post your code.
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Did you see the link I posted?
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sorry to reply so late
yes mayankealge
i checked the link i didnt see any problems regarding certificates.
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>> any exceptions when you send a packet?
>> can you post your code.

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there are no exceptions
and the code will not give you any idea, its conventional coding like creating packet and sending it through datagram socket.
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>> there are no exceptions

Are you catching and ignoring them?
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no i am just catching and displaying them.
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Is the code too long to post?
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yup the code is very long
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Well, then I think there is an issue with the signing, like objects said.
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