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Thread: IP Can't Recognized

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    Default IP Can't Recognized

    Hello,
    Everyone this is 1st time I am in this forum I need help from the Java expert so badly. I don't have so much knowledge about Java that's why i need help from expert. Currently i am working with one java tunnel & I face one problem. on that software have one file its name vts.properties there is writing,

    server.ip=04dd1c3f9ea0dfbb7845a7a1fcff64c5 but my server IP is 109.75.163.160 so what is this? I think its converted my IP address in different mode I just write to all for tell me that after which mode converting my server is become like that please help me to solve out this problem. I wait for feedback from expert I hope soon I will get it

    With Best Regards
    Jean


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    Default Re: IP Can't Recognized

    Your lack of forum etiquette and disregard of forum rules will not win you any favors. Your half a dozen or so duplicate posts have been deleted. Please do not do this again.

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