1. Client/Server Communication Problems
Address in Use
or Cant Reset Server Error Messages
This is usually due to the
TCP port that the Client Server communication normally uses being used by
another application. ClockWatch uses port 1001 for Client Server
communication. If another application is using this port, then ClockWatch is
unable open it and complains. The address can be changed on both the Client
and the Server.
get Exceeds license message
Clients Fail to
Check the address
specified on the timeserver tab of the Client (run
ipconfig from the DOS command line on
the Server to determine the Servers
IP address). Check that the port and the protocol are the same on both the
Server and Client.
Check the communication
(ping from the Client to the Server
using the address).
Check that the port is available for use (run
netstat a from the DOS command line on
both client and server for a listing of TCP and UDP ports currently in use).
Clients fail to connect to ClockWatch Server
Check the license of the
Check that the port and protocol are the same on
both the client and server. Note that ClockWatch uses the nonstandard TCP port
number 1001 as a default port to
communicate with its clients. You normally change the port number in the
Timeserver option tab on the ClockWatch Client and the Clients option tab on
Clients fail to
Connect when I press the Set Time button
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