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Problem With Java Connection Refused

Posted on 2013-06-02
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Hello Experts,

Each time I run an application I get the following error in the logs:

NetUtil.getLocalHostFromSwitch(x.x.x.x) error: java.net.ConnectException: Connection refused: connect

Can someone please show me how to resolve this issue?

Cheers

Carlton
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A possible explanation for that is often the service to which one is trying to connect is simply not running
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Could be anything, check the following.

1. Are you able to ping to that server on that port? (Provided pin is enabled on that server)
2. Is there any firewall on the server?
3. Are there any filters on the server that allows traffic from specific hosts only?
4. Is it on a local LAN or on a different network?

More details on what exactly is the server (Simple socket / web service/ etc.) would help.
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