Suse Linux 9.1 Novell iFolder connction problem

Posted on 2004-11-09
Last Modified: 2013-12-15
New install of 9.1 on a dell 600m. Everything works except when I try to connect to a iFolder I recieve an error message: error  invalid port number=0. I can ping the server. I can connect to the server through a browser. I can connect to iFolder through a browser. It is only through the iFolder client that I recieve the error message. Any suggestions.
Question by:lrobertg
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       Access iFolder via the Web and click on the download option by going to the IP address or domain name where you installed iFolder. If you chose the single IP address option you will need to add a port number on the end of the URL.
    http://IPorDomainName - Multiple IP address option.
    http://IPorDomainName:Port - Single IP address option.   Port:2200 by default



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